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South Florida Boat Show is in two weeks

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The 16th annual South Florida Boat Show is set for June 5-7 at the Miami Beach Convention Center.

Hundreds of new powerboats will be on display from manufacturers such as Concept, Proline, Chris-Craft, Doral, Sea Ray and others. Shoppers will have an opportunity to browse the newest models, including high-performance, offshore fisherman, center consoles, cuddy cabins, walkarounds and inflatables, with financing and insurance services on site for a hassle-free experience.

The show also features the leading brands of PWC, fuel-saving engines and nautical accessories. Plus, South Florida's top fishing experts will share their tips and techniques for reeling in the best catch in seminars on Saturday and Sunday.

Click here or call (800) 321-6164 for information.

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