The Northern California Fall Boat Show

Oakland, United States 13 16 September / 2012

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About the trade show

The Annual Northern California Fall Boat Show is returning to Jack London Square this September and includes nearly 100 yachts, power & sail in the Jack London Marina. Vessels to 70 feet, including ‘long range cruisers’, trawlers, high speed motor yachts, world passage sailboats and catamarans insure that there is a "boat for every need" at this fall favorite nautical event. This year's highlights include  seven debuting boats for the West Coast. Additionally, boat maintenance and service representitives and boating charter destination programs will be featured through the run of the show. 

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Address: Oakland, United States
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