Atlantic City boat show starts next week

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The Atlantic City In-Water Boat Show, set for Sept. 4-7, will feature more than 700 boats, 16 to 70 feet in length.

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The hottest new motoryachts, sportfishing yachts, runabouts, walkarounds, center consoles and performance boats will be at Farley State Marina, adjacent to Trump Marina Hotel Casino.

Included with a $20 adult admission is a one-year subscription to one of the following: Yachting, Motor Boating, Salt Water Sportsman or Caribbean Travel & Life.

On Sept. 4, the Margate post office is coordinating a breast-cancer awareness event at the Ladies Invitational Bluefish Tournament booth. A newly designed cancellation stamp will be available, as well as teddy bears and informational literature. 

The show also includes a Marine Accessory Mart for boat financing and insurance, nautical supplies, accessories and clothing.

The Atlantic City show is one of the largest U.S. in-water powerboat shows and is a member of the International Federation of Boat Show Organizers.

For information, visit www.acinwaterboatshow.com.

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