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Tampa Show Returns

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The Tampa Boat Show, which was canceled last year because of the pandemic, is slated to run Sept. 10-12 at the Tampa Convention Center, organizers announced in a statement.

More than 300 new boats will be on display in the water and on the show floor, along with accessories and other equipment.

Organizers are requiring that tickets be purchased online in advance of the show. Saturday will feature a Ladies! Let’s Go Fishing day on the water, and Sunday is family day with a special ticket price of $30 for two adults and two children.

Click here for show hours and more.



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