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Tampa Boat Show returns in September

The 44th annual Tampa Boat Show will be held Sept. 11-13 at the Tampa Convention Center.

The show will feature hundreds of boats on land and in-water, as well as the latest marine accessories.

New additions to this year's show include the Affordability Pavilion showcasing boats that consumers can finance for $250 or less per month, and pre-show shopping at TampaBoatShow.com that allows show-goers to plan ahead and search boats by brand or model and schedule dealer appointments.

Back by popular demand, the Hillstrand brothers, co-captains and stars of Discovery Channel's hit show "Deadliest Catch," will be on hand Sept. 11-12 to meet attendees and sign autographs. The show also includes fishing seminars, free boat rides and live music on the Foster's Party Barge.

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