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In-water boat show returns to Norfolk after nine-year hiatus

November 9-11, 2018, Norfolk Festevents, Ltd. will host the return of the Norfolk In-Water Boat Show, which a news release describes as “the only major in-water boat show in the Hampton Roads region.” The show will take place at the Waterside Marina, Town Point Park, and the newly opened Waterside District.

The show is returning to Norfolk based on interest from Hampton Roads boating industry leaders, according to Festevents CEO Karen Scherberger. The last year of the Norfolk In-Water Boat Show occurred in 2008 during the downturn of the economy.

Boat Show Chairman Chuck Guthrie, President/Owner of Lynnhaven Marine in Virginia Beach was quoted as saying in a news release, “The upturn in the boating market, availability of year-end boat deals, display of quality pre-owned boats, the renovation of The Waterside District, the new first-class Hilton “The Main,”  great restaurants, and improvements in Norfolk’s downtown area make for a perfect environment for a regional boat show.”

The 2018 Norfolk In-Water Boat Show will feature a wide variety of new and used power boats on land and in-water from dealers across the state and surrounding regions with the newest and best in luxury motor yachts, sport fish, and personal watercraft.

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