New England Boat Show tickets available online

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The 53rd annual New England Boat Show, set for Feb.14-22 in Boston, announced that tickets are available online at www.neboatshow.com.

Tickets are $13 for adults and $7 for junior boaters (6-12 years old). Children 6 and under are free.

The 2009 New England Boat Show showcases more than $80 million of boats and accessories. Features include fully rigged vessels, including sailboats, pleasure boats, fishing boats, ski boats and personal watercraft, as well as the latest in marine electronics and boating accessories.

The nine-day event at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center also offers the latest fishing and boating-related activities, including seminars and interactive demonstrations.

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