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National Harbor yacht show is in two weeks

The second annual Yacht Show at National Harbor will run May 29-31 on the banks of the Potomac River.

The show will feature boating equipment, accessories, electronics, clothing, jewelry and more in covered booths extending along the full 600 feet of the main pier. The marina will be full of yachts for sale and tour. The classic 124-foot Miss Ann will rest on the dock opposite a waterside cocktail and snack lounge with entertainment.

One of the many yachts on display will be the 85-foot Azimut, presented by Marine Max of Baltimore. There also will be demos of the new AERE' 3.7 Inflatable Catamaran.

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