Annapolis Sailboat Show in October

We have big plans for our attendance at the Annapolis Sailboat Show with it being our Tenth Anniversary this year! The biggest boat show in North America is also celebrating their 42nd year and it all gets under way in Annapolis on October 6th, 2011 and runs through October 10th.

There will be lots to see and do as always. For the second year in a row, we will be hosting guests on one of our Hunter 36’s for the “Take the Helm” interactive workshops. This fun program allows people to actually get out on the water and experience what sailing on a cruising yacht is really like!


At our booth, we will be having a drawing for a full day Captained Charter on the Chesapeake Bay for four people. So make sure you stop by to enter!

Two boats will be on display at our booth as well. The Hunter 39 LE “SailTime Edition” is a blue-hulled beauty and is only available to boat buyers through SailTime, loaded with all the gear sailors have come to expect from the SailTime experience. In addition, a new Gemini 105 MC catamaran will be making its’ debut in our fleets here at the show. The great news, is there is still time to take advantage of our 10th Anniversary, Dreamboat promotion if you buy a boat and place it into our program, saving you thousands of dollars! As they say, “That’s not all!” – Boat buyers will be treated to $2000 in PLUS bucks to go sailing at other SailTime bases around the world!


But it you are not ready to purchase a boat, SailTime bases in attendance are offering a membership show special too: 1/2 price joining fee if you sign up during the show. Meet the staff from our Annapolis, Baltimore, Havre de Grace, Jersey Shore, Philadelphia and Virginia Beach bases.

You won’t want to miss our “afterhours” dock party on Saturday night for Members and other invited guests. Contact your local base for more info.

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