Southern California show returns in September

The Lido Boat Show will return Sept. 17-20 to Newport Beach, Calif., for its 37th annual run.
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The Lido Boat Show will return Sept. 17-20 to Newport Beach, Calif., for its 37th annual run.

Held at Lido Marina Village, the show will feature more than 200 new and used boats and yachts, with dealers from up and down the West Coast represented.

Featured boats include everything from 16-foot electric harbor cruisers to 85-foot oceangoing motoryachts.

In addition to in-water boats and booths, there will be more than 40 exhibitors on shore, both on the Boardwalk and on Via Oporto. Attendees can find items and services ranging from marina slips to insurance policies, financing to towing coverage, yacht bedding to diesel engines, stand-up paddleboards and kayaks to furniture, and customized accessories to yacht tenders.

The Lido Food Fest, showcasing Newport Beach restaurants, will debut at the show this year.

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