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Old 09-09-2009, 16:10   #1
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I was wondering if 2 full days at the Miami Strictly Sail show would be enough for looking around or would 3 days be better.

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Depends what your goals are. You can cover a whole lot of ground in two days. If you have to see every boat there and inspect each one carefully you might need three days. If you have a specific boat or two you want to see, you can cover that and the vendors in a day. Make it it a Saturday and stick around for the party after the show. Stop by and say Hi to us.
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