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Southern California show debuts this week

The Southern California Boat Show will debut on Thursday in San Pedro, Calif., featuring hundreds of boats at Cabrillo Way Marina.

The Southern California Boat Show will debut on Thursday in San Pedro, Calif., featuring hundreds of boats at Cabrillo Way Marina, which underwent a multimillion-dollar renovation.

The four-day show will continue through Sunday. It will feature nearly 200 boats, ranging from entry-level family cruisers to yachts, and marine accessories.

Owned and produced by The Duncan McIntosh Co., the show also will feature a kids’ zone, seminars and on-water lessons for beginning sailors. San Pedro Brewing Co. will host a craft beer garden, and the show will have food trucks offering gourmet tacos, sushi, deli items and Mediterranean fare.

MarineMax San Diego will display the award-winning Aquila 44 power catamaran at the show. The Aquila 44 was named Best New Multihull 40-49 Feet in the Active Interest Media Marine Group Editors’ Choice Awards, which annually recognize boatbuilding achievement in several categories.

Along with the Aquila 44, MarineMax will display a new Azimut 60 Flybridge, an Azimut Magellano 53 and a Galeon 445 HTS.

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