Skip to main content

The 'most boater-friendly show in the Northeast' returns to Connecticut

The Greenwich Boat Show will take place April 6-7 in Cos Cob, Connecticut. Organizers said in a statement that this will be the 11 edition. The event will have more than 100 boats from 50 manufacturers. More than 15 dealerships will be represented.

The statement said that the show has built a “reputation as the most boater-friendly boat show” in the Northeast. “It features a large, diverse selection of new boats, and it’s the only show that offers both free sea trials and free admission,” added the statement.

Sea trials will take place on the Mianus River. The sea trials can be arranged ahead of time by contacting www.greenwichboatshow.com

Related

FUTURE-ANGLERS

FAF Brings New Anglers into the Fold

The nonprofit organization will leverage Giving Tuesday on Nov. 29 to raise funds for its grassroots fishing and boating participation efforts.

1_NAOS.YACHTS.EXPANDS

Naos Yachts Plans New Offices

The San Francisco Bay area location will expand the dealer’s midcoast footprint and help grow its Groupe Beneteau, Lagoon, Neel, CNB Yachts, Four Winns and Wellcraft brands.

1_THANKSGIVING

Trade Only Today Returns Monday

The e-newsletter will not publish Thursday, Nov. 24, and Friday, Nov. 25, in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday.

CORRECT-CRAFT-ORPHANAGE

Correct Craft Gives Back

Employees spent a day serving at the Florida United Methodist Children’s Home, impacting more than 500 kids in need.

1_GH.ELECTRIC.HOIST

GH Motion Launches All-Electric Lift

The GH70e mobile boat lift is powered by a modular solar/battery system and has a 65-ton capacity.

1_PULSE.PING

Dealers: Are You in Compliance?

A new FTC Safeguards Rule designed to protect consumers’ personal information goes into effect Dec. 9 — are you prepared?

1_NMMA-CANADA

NMMA Canada President Steps Down

NMMA Canada president Sara Anghel is leaving the recreational boating trade group after nearly 15 years of service.

1_DEALER.OUTLOOK

Ohio Ordered To Get Serious About Algae

Many are applauding a judge’s proposed consent decree that will serve as a roadmap to address western Lake Erie’s chronic algal blooms.