Mexican boat show returns in May

The sixth annual Cabo Marine Show added exhibitors for the May 14-16 event at IGY Marina Cabo San Lucas.
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The sixth annual Cabo Marine Show added exhibitors for the May 14-16 event at IGY Marina Cabo San Lucas.

“In each edition of the Cabo Marine Show, the participation of exhibitors and suppliers for the marine industry is of great importance; therefore, this year we are proud to welcome Garmin, manufacturer of the latest in chart plotters and fishfinders, who will also be presenting their new line of products at the show,” Cabo Marine Show founder Sergio Igartua said in a statement.

Returning exhibitors include Comercial Essex from Monterrey, Mexico; Parker-Racor; Village Marine Tec; Donaldson; and Maui Jim Sunglasses.

Last-minute additions include SIMAQ Industrial & Marine, machining services; and Vindiola Motors, based in La Paz and servicing the marine industry throughout Baja California Sur.

The Cabo Marine Show will run from 3 to 9 p.m. daily on May 14-16 at Docks L-M-N of the IGY Marina Cabo San Lucas.

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