Lido Yacht Expo in September

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The Lido Yacht Expo will return Sept. 24-27 to Lido Marina Village in Newport Beach, Calif., for its 31st annual showing.

Southern California's top dealers are expected to exhibit more than 200 big boats and yachts at this year's event. The show will feature more than 300,000 square feet of floating dock exhibits and boardwalk displays, including multimillion-dollar yachts, some more than 100 feet in length. There will also be a selection of 35- to 65-foot pleasurecraft including sportfishers, motoryachts, cruisers and more.

Big-boat shoppers will get their first look at 2010 models from U.S. and international builders, many making their West Coast debuts, along with a collection of brokerage vessels. All vessels will be open to show-goers and available for inspection.

The latest electronics, marine accessories, gear and essential yacht services - including marine financing and insurance - will also be showcased.

The Lido Yacht Expo is produced by the Duncan McIntosh Co. Inc., publisher of The Log Newspaper, Boating World and Sea magazines and producer of the Newport Boat Show.

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