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‘World’s Biggest Boat Show’ launches on the Web

Bonnier Marine Group recently launched a new Web site called NewBoats.com, which it dubs “The World’s Biggest Boat Show.”

NewBoats.com offers viewers and the industry a site with more than 5,000 production boats, magazine boat tests and boat videos, as well as new content every month.

A division of Bonnier Corp., the Bonnier Marine Group has more than 30 magazines, Web sites, events and television shows.

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