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Bay Bridge Boat Show | PHOTOS

Crowds flock to the Bay Bridge Boat Show at Bay Bridge Marina in Stevensville, which runs through Sunday. The show, which features both power and sailboats, is the kick-off to the season of boating.
(Amy Davis/Baltimore Sun)

Bay Bridge Boat Show | PHOTOS

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The Bay Bridge Boat Show runs from April 15-18, 2021 and features power and sail boats.
Bay Bridge Boat Show
Crowds flock to the Bay Bridge Boat Show at Bay Bridge Marina in Stevensville, which runs through Sunday. The show, which features both power and sailboats, is the kick-off to the season of boating.
Crowds flock to the Bay Bridge Boat Show at Bay Bridge Marina in Stevensville, which runs through Sunday. The show, which features both power and sailboats, is the kick-off to the season of boating. (Amy Davis/Baltimore Sun)
Bay Bridge Boat Show
Dan Mayo of Virginia Beach checks out the view from the Absolute Navetta 58, an Italian fly-bridge motor yacht with a price tag of $2 million. 21
Dan Mayo of Virginia Beach checks out the view from the Absolute Navetta 58, an Italian fly-bridge motor yacht with a price tag of $2 million. 21 (Amy Davis/Baltimore Sun)
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George Zarubin of Bethesda contemplates the sleek design of the Absolute Navetta 58, an Italian fly-bridge motor yacht. Zarubin said he was contemplating purchasing a boat if his wife lets him, though perhaps not one at this $2 million price tag.
George Zarubin of Bethesda contemplates the sleek design of the Absolute Navetta 58, an Italian fly-bridge motor yacht. Zarubin said he was contemplating purchasing a boat if his wife lets him, though perhaps not one at this $2 million price tag. (Amy Davis/Baltimore Sun)
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Derek Rupe points out the features of the electric-powered Arcona 435, a high-performance cruiser made in Sweden. It's hydro-regeneration engine design means that its primary power comes from the water.
Derek Rupe points out the features of the electric-powered Arcona 435, a high-performance cruiser made in Sweden. It's hydro-regeneration engine design means that its primary power comes from the water. (Amy Davis/Baltimore Sun)
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Derek Rupe, CEO of Oceanvolt USA, shows off the electric battery, manufactured in Finland, that powers the Arcona, a pure electric yacht.
Derek Rupe, CEO of Oceanvolt USA, shows off the electric battery, manufactured in Finland, that powers the Arcona, a pure electric yacht. (Amy Davis/Baltimore Sun)
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Joel Malik of Tom's River, NJ, came with his wife to Stevensville for the Bay Bridge Boat Show. He is reflected in the cabin window of a 56-ft. cutter cruising sailboat custom-designed by German Frers.
Joel Malik of Tom's River, NJ, came with his wife to Stevensville for the Bay Bridge Boat Show. He is reflected in the cabin window of a 56-ft. cutter cruising sailboat custom-designed by German Frers. (Amy Davis/Baltimore Sun)
Bay Bridge Boat Show
The Bay Bridge Boat Show at Bay Bridge Marina in Stevensville, which runs through Sunday, kicks off the boating season. The show features both power and sailboats.
The Bay Bridge Boat Show at Bay Bridge Marina in Stevensville, which runs through Sunday, kicks off the boating season. The show features both power and sailboats. (Amy Davis/Baltimore Sun)
Bay Bridge Boat Show
The Salona 380 performance cruiser, made in Croatia, is one of two electric-powered yachts on display by Green Yachts.
The Salona 380 performance cruiser, made in Croatia, is one of two electric-powered yachts on display by Green Yachts. (Amy Davis/Baltimore Sun)
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Shane Kilberg, an instructor for E-Foil, an alternative to jet-skis, floats between the yachts at the Bay Bridge Boat Show, which runs through Sunday in Stevensville. The show features both power and sailboats. The E-Foil, operated by a remote control which controls the speed, runs on a lithium-iron battery and is propelled by a propellor and wing underwater.
Shane Kilberg, an instructor for E-Foil, an alternative to jet-skis, floats between the yachts at the Bay Bridge Boat Show, which runs through Sunday in Stevensville. The show features both power and sailboats. The E-Foil, operated by a remote control which controls the speed, runs on a lithium-iron battery and is propelled by a propellor and wing underwater. (Amy Davis)
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