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Nautical flea market coming to Annapolis

The Annapolis (Md.) Nautical Flea Market, produced by United States Yacht Shows Inc., will be held May 23-24 at the Navy Marine Corps Stadium.

"This two-day flea market is for anyone who has a boat, wants a boat or is selling a boat. Folks will be selling everything and anything to do with having fun on the water," said Sheila Jones, of the United States Yacht Shows, in a statement.

Items include new and used marine equipment, dive gear, clothing, electronics, dock equipment, fishing gear, nautical arts and crafts and more. Space will also be available for boats on trailers.

"This is a great time for area yacht clubs or water-privileged communities to combine resources and make some money," said Jones.

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