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Virtual Boat Show is Live

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The Active Interest Media Marine Group’s Virtual Boat Show is live. With spring and summer shows canceled and nearly all travel postponed for the foreseeable future, it’s more important than ever to get away from it all.

The Marine Group staff — from the magazines Anglers Journal, Outboard, PassageMaker, Power & Motoryacht, Sail, Soundings, Soundings Trade Only and Yachts International — are contributing reviews of new boats and products, exclusive conversations with builders and designers, and a look at what’s available on the brokerage market.

New content is added regularly.

Our hope is that the Virtual Boat Show is the next best thing to walking the docks, but from the comfort and safety of your home.

Click here for details.

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