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Pacific Sail & Power Boat Show set to return in April

The 2018 Pacific Sail & Power Boat Show will be held at the Craneway Pavilion and Marina Bay Yacht Harbor on the waterfront in Richmond, Calif., from April 19-22.

The four-day event will feature new sailboats and cruising powerboats, gear, accessories, clothing, seminars, on-the-water workshops and special events. Sail America, the trade association for the U.S. sailing industry, will produce the show.

“The Pacific Sail & Power Boat Show offers something for everyone,” Katie Kelly, Sail America association manager, said in a statement. “This signature event is designed for anyone with a passion for being on the water.”

Organizers said the show, formerly called Strictly Sail Pacific, has become known for its expansive seminar series, touching on topics from boating basics to advanced navigation.

Visitors from around the country attend to expand their knowledge base and experience face time with well-respected experts in boating.



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