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Bonita Bay Marina Boat Show

See larger A Robalo set up for offshore fishing features rod holders, twin engines, a hard top and more.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Daily News.

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A Robalo set up for offshore fishing features rod holders, twin engines, a hard top and more. Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Daily News.

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  • Possibly back in the market for a new boat after a previous sale, Bernie Cohen checks out the electronics on this one.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Daily News.
  • Despite a few eye popping price tags both lookers and buyers were in evidence according to sales reps I spoke with.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Daily News.
  • A Robalo set up for offshore fishing features rod holders, twin engines, a hard top and more.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Daily News.
  • By 11 am visitors were flowing into the Bonita Bay Marina Boat Show to see the newest watercraft and other products and services.
  • Charlie Block of Block's Custom Rods chats with a customer about custom rods and rod building.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Daily News.
  • Capt Kevin of Captain Ed's Sightseeing Charters discusses a sunset cruise with an interested tourist.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Daily News.
  • Blue Skies, gorgeous landscaping and a bounty of beautiful boats marked the beginning of the three day Bonita Bay Marina Boat Show which runs through Sunday.
  • Karen Bartone and brother Bryan McKnight like the look of a gorgeous new thirty footer afloat in the marina.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Daily News.
  • On land and in the water product presentations gave lookers an ability to see new boats from every angle, top to bottom. Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Daily News.
  • Inventor and businessman Peter Weinstein, left demonstrates his Anchor Saver Inc.'s top product, a self releasing anchor.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Daily News.
  • A row of local merchants and inventors attracted boating enthusiasts with an interest in accessories, tackle and boating related services.  Gordon Campbell/Special to the Daily News.
  • An early crowd of vendors and show attendees gather near the Grady White display and vendor tents.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Daily News.
  • Walter Menand who alternates between Ohio, the Adirondacks and Southwest Florida brushes up on boating regulations with Coast Guard Auxillary members Richard Sweere and Phillip Smith.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Daily News.

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