I'm walking through the boat show
in my head
, since I'm a local I go every year when I'm in town with the boat.
Perennial showers in Annapolis
Fountain Pajot (2 models)
Moorings (3 models)
Leapord/Moorings (2 models)
st francis was here last year, but that was very unusual
In conjunction with the boat show
company (annapolis of course) has 20 or so used cats that they allow people to board in their "open house". So it's not a "bad" boat show, but it's not the size of Miami.. In addition to that, we locally have many different types of cats owned by individual owners, and often a local company rep can hook up up with an owner to look at their boat as well. Finally after the show they have the "multihull demo days" in which all of the multihulls go out and go sailing with each other, at the boat show tell the broker your serious, tell them you've got the money
and are looking at buying
now, and they will put you on a boat.
If you want to come, grab lodging NOW at the annapolis econolodge. It's far enough away from the boat show you won't be gouged too much and has reasonable rates
2451 Riva Road, Annapolis, MD 21401
isn't too much of an object and you REALLY want to be where the action is, call now and book the Annapolis Marriot on the waterfront. It's literally part of the boat show. Annapolis Hotels & Maryland Accommodations - Marriott Annapolis Waterfront Hotel
If you've never been to this area, it can be fun to grab the Dillon Bus and go visit DC after things are done. All of the Smithsonian museums are free.