Check out the crew scene at the Newport International Boat Show

Oct 5, 2021 by Guest Writer

Triton’s Aubree Dunbar was on hand to check out the crew scene at this year’s Newport International Boat Show. The 50th anniversary show, which took place Sept. 16-19 along the downtown waterfront in Newport, Rhode Island, enjoyed a 10% increase in attendance compared with the 2019 show, according to Newport Exhibition Group, the owners and producers of the show. 

“It feels so good to be back,” said Nancy Piffard, show director. “This bodes well for the rest of the boat show season and the marine industry’s continued growth in 2022 and beyond.”

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