Tampa Boat Show starts Friday

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Thousands of new and seasoned boaters are expected to visit the 2010 Tampa Boat Show this weekend to browse, board and possibly buy. The show, which runs from Friday through Sunday at the Tampa Convention Center, will feature hundreds of the newest boats and marine accessories.

The Tampa Bay area's largest boat show also will offer attractions that include the new Discover Boating Dock, featuring free boat rides and boat-handling courses; the Tampa Fire Rescue Fire Boat, with daily demos; live music; and the Affordability Pavilion, which will display boats that can be financed for $250 a month or less.

Click here for information and to preshop the show.

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