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'Biggest' used-boat show set for March

Clarks Landing at Shady Oaks will host the Biggest In-Water Used Boat Show in Maryland.

The show, scheduled for March 28-29, will feature more than 70 used boats in the water and on land, including bow riders, motoryachts, walkarounds and sportfishers, ranging from 17 feet to 56 feet. The selection includes used Sea Rays, Carvers, Four Winns, Regals, Cruisers, Silvertons, Bayliners, Formulas, Rinkers and more.

There also will be a number of certified used boats with a one-year engine warranty, as well as marine-related vendors and exhibitors, and refreshment and food vendors.

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