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28 • September 12 - 25, 2014 • The Log

PREVIEW Lido Boat Show to open Sept. 18

NEWPORT BEACH — The 36th annual Lido Boat Show – the biggest fall boat show in the West — opens Thursday, Sept. 18 at Lido Marina Village in Newport Beach and runs through Sept. 21. Show-goers will see more than 200 powerboats and sail- boats and will have the chance to board and compare both new and ocean-tested broker- age boats. The show will feature a selection of new models mak- ing their debuts, along with an impressive array of boating gear and accessories, marine electronics, engines, generators and yacht services. Along with the West’s biggest array of

New this Year — Sailboat Row!

large yachts — including some stand- out models more than 100 feet in length — the Lido Boat Show will present a wide selection of 35-to 65-footers. Attendees can inspect and compare motoryachts, sportfishers, family cruis- ers, sailboats, long-range trawlers and sport yachts from top U.S. and interna- tional builders, represented by the West Coast’s top boat dealers and yacht bro- kers. Guests can view the Hinckley

Company’s all new Talaria 43, which will make her debut at the 2014 Lido Boat Show. With a retractable aft enclo- sure, the vessel is bound to make a splash with West Coast boaters. The glass enclosure provides security at the dock or from the elements, and disap- pears electronically when you want a sporty, open air feel. The Talaria 43 fea- tures stunning signature lines and fin- ishing details that have long distin- guished Hinckley’s from other boat models. The boat’s layout is perfect for entertaining and features a cockpit that offers settee seating for eight and a hos- pitality center to starboard. The single-

level cockpit and salon creates an easy flow between the two spaces and with the galley just one step down opposite the helm, it’s an easy reach to the refreshments. Below deck, there is a master cabin, double guest cabin and a head with shower.

Also making its debut at the 2014 show is Beneteau’s 45 foot Monte Carlo 4 of the Monte Carlo line. The line revolution-

izes the luxury Motor Cruiser Flybridge segment by applying the unique strengths of the Monte Carlo Yacht brand by combining attention to detail with performance and seaworthiness. The Monte Carlo 4 (MC4) demonstrates the success of the alliance between French and Italian yacht builders. The MC4 provides uncompromised comfort with features such as a huge flybridge, a large salon accommodating six people, a double-wide seat at the helm and a generous sunpad, while oversized win- dows offer 360 degree views of the water. Below deck, the MC4 holds two cabins with en-suite heads, panoramic

windows, round port holds and an overhead skylight. Sailboat enthusiasts can meet with sailboat manufactures at the all new “sailboat row” dock dedicated to new and used sailboats. The Lido Boat Show is produced by

the Duncan McIntosh Co. Inc., publish- er of SeaMagazine, Boating World, The LogNewspaper, FishRap and Editor & Publisher, and producer of the annual spring Newport Boat Show. Lido Marina Village is located at Via Lido and Newport Boulevard in Newport Beach, one block south of Pacific Coast Highway. Show hours — rain or shine — are noon to 7 p.m. Thursday; 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Friday; 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday; and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday. Admission is $15 for adults and free for children 12 and younger — and major credit cards are accepted. There’s free parking and a continu- ous shuttle, and guest docks are avail- able for show attendees’ vessels up to 22 feet. For an updated list of exhibitors,

directions, parking and shuttle informa- tion, and additional details on the 36th annual Lido Boat Expo, visit

Crow’s Nest Yachts Has Something for Everyone — Vessels 35 to 71 Feet

Crow’s Nest Yachts is approaching its 40th anniversary of brokerage yacht sales on the West Coast. Be sure to visit their display at the Lido Boat Show, Sept. 18-21. Crow’s Nest Yachts’ in-water display

will showcase a host of brokerage yachts, ready to view and board, with professional sales staff on hand to answer your questions. The range of vessels — 35 to 71 feet in length — is sure to appeal to many. With more than $50 million in bro-

kerage inventory, whether your boating style includes day trips with family and friends or long-range cruising on the Pacific Coast, Crow’s Nest Yachts has the right vessel to suit your boating needs. If you are considering selling your

boat, ask us about our extensive mar- keting programs. We utilize many online

and traditional tools. On the online side, we have a cus-

tom-designed, search engine-optimized website Each list- ing has its own web page with large, professionally taken photos and full specifications available to view or download. Additionally, each of our list- ings is also featured on both and These online presences are compli-

mented by an email marketing pro- gram.

On the traditional marketing side,

with a combined 10+ full pages of bro- kerage boats in five to six boating mag- azines each month, the brokerage mar- keting footprint of Crow’s Nest Yachts in boating magazines is the largest on the West Coast. With waterfront locations in San

Diego, Newport Beach and Seattle, Crow’s Nest Yachts is a leading yacht brokerage on the West Coast. Their staff of experienced professional yacht bro-

kers is among the most knowledgeable and respected in the industry. For more information about Crow’s Nest Yachts,

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