Tuesday, October 5, 2010

Annapolis Sailboat Show 2010

Each October, the city of Annapolis prepares itself for the largest and most spectacular sailboat show in the country. Close to 150,000 attendees from around the world come to downtown Annapolis to learn and test out exciting new products, meet new people, enjoy countless boat show parties and of course, get some killer deals on all kinds of sailing products.

This year we've partnered with six of our vendors to bring you the best in gear and hardware inside the show. You will find APS representing Musto, Henri Lloyd, Slam, Atlantis, Spinlock and Ronstan at the show this year. APS staff with be in their booths offering expert advice and customer service. We will also have sailboats in the water and will be offering great deals on boats from Laser Performance during the show. APS will be providing fun and entertainment for the kids at the Children's Sailing Spectacular with Bugs in the water for the kids to sail around on. We pinpointed our locations on this years map so that you can locate us during the show.


Once again APS will be having it's Virtual Boat Show Sale and you will be able to take 15% off of everything at the show and in our store (with few exceptions) including our already discounted sale rack!. And as always, our APS store will be open for business during the boat show. We will be extending our store hours for the boat show. On Thursday we will be open from 9a-6p, Friday we will be open 9a-6:30p, Saturday-Sunday 8a-6:30p and on Monday 9a-6p.


We look forward to an exciting 2010 boat show! If you will be attending the show, please feel free to drop in and say hello at one of the vendor tents or at our store.



1 comment:

  1. The US Sail Boat show was half of what it was last year, which wasn't anything to be happy about! The show management will not honestly release statistics about how few boats were there and how many exhibitors they packed in, giving the show a flea market atmosphere. Ask the exibitors how well they did? The weather was great, but nobody was buying anything. The show management had better start thinking out of the box and do something different to bring in more quality exhibitors and buyers!

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