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Cape Cod boat show is just weeks away

The third annual Boatbuilders Show on Cape Cod returns Feb. 13-15 at the Resort and Conference Center in Hyannis, Mass.

More than 3,000 people visited the show last winter to see a large selection of unique, custom and limited-production boats in both wood and fiberglass. This year, boaters will find more than 30 exhibitors and a variety of custom-built sail and powerboats on display.

“Smaller builders of custom and limited production boats are often lost in the maze of mainstream boat shows,” said Scott Dayton of Hyannis Marina, an organizer of the show. “So buyers looking for the kind of craftsmanship and unique design usually found only on limited-production boats have few opportunities to go on board and compare workmanship and features.”

The show is presented by the Cape Cod Marine Trades Association.

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