The Annapolis Sailboat Show

SinC Annapolis Sailboat Show 2023

July 19, 2023

Thousands of sailors will make the trek to Annapolis, October 12-15 for the Annapolis Sailboat Show. For four days, the city comes alive with the largest selection of new multihulls you’ll find anywhere – over 50 registered so far – as well as monohulls ranging from 22’ to 67’ feet, and performance dinghies and multihulls.

The city and the Show welcome sailors from around the world as they gather to check out what’s new in the sailing world, shop, dream, pick the brains of industry professionals and catch up with sailing friends old and new.  

Representatives from B&G, Vakaros, Raymarine, Harken, Ronstan and sailmakers from all over North America will be on hand to answer technical questions, offer tips and share regatta stories. Dinghy sailors, day sailors, offshore sailors and everyone in between will have the opportunity to compare gear from Musto, Helly Hansen, Gill, Rooster and more and speak with pros about the best gear for their type of sailing. 

All this in the heart of Annapolis, America’s Sailing Capital.

Experienced show goers plan to spend two days in the Show and leave some time to sit down in one of the four restaurants that open into the show or the great selection just outside the show gates from white tablecloth dining to raw bars, speakeasys, tequilerias, Italian restaurants, sushi bars and Irish pubs.  

Those looking to add a little history to their weekend may tour the United States Naval Academy, take in a ghost tour and walk the historic sites of Annapolis. Click here to see the list of exhibitors, buy tickets, and plan your accommodations today:

https://annapolisboatshows.com/sailboat-show/

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