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New Jersey Boat Sale & Expo returns Thursday

The New Jersey Boat Sale & Expo returns Thursday for a sixth year and will continue through Sunday.

The New Jersey Boat Sale & Expo returns Thursday for a sixth year and will continue through Sunday at the New Jersey Convention & Expo Center at the Raritan Center in Edison.

Organizers said the show will feature hundreds of new boats on sale from over 30 of the state’s best dealers.

“This is the truly the perfect time to shop for and buy the boat that you have been waiting for,” Marine Trades Association of New Jersey executive director Melissa Danko said in a statement.

“This show is easy to get to, easy to navigate through and offers options, products and pricing for every budget. Bring your friends and family to the show and make this your best summer ever.”

Organizers said more than 70 of the industry’s top brands will be on sale at the show, representing a large fleet of boats, including fishing boats, family cruisers, express boats, pontoon boats, bowriders, deck boats and personal watercraft.

The Recreational Fishing Alliance and The Fisherman Magazine will host 14 seminars during the show. The expo also will include a Boater’s Marketplace filled with marine equipment and accessories, fishing tackle and supplies, electronics, insurance and financing services, and marina facilities.

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