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In Pictures: Newport Boat Show 2014

The docks were buzzing at last week's Newport International Boat Show. Check out the boats and products that were on display.

September 18, 2014
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From her classic lines to her matching Grand Banks glassware, the 50-foot Eastbay Flybridge proves that it’s the details that count. Daniel Harding

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Mirror mirror on the wall: The mirrors in the head of the 50 Eastbay fold away to reveal large portlights that flood the space with natural light. Daniel Harding

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The spacious and comfortable salon of the C&C Redline is a stark contrast to her made-for-racing exterior. Daniel Harding

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This Horizon 110 was designed to look and feel like a Nantucket beach house. Mission accomplished. Daniel Harding

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The 44th annual Newport International Boat Show spanned 13 acres of shoreline. Daniel Harding

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Oversize windows and a smart slip on the face dock allow for vistas of the bustling Newport Harbor. Daniel Harding

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The Garmin display in the electronics tent saw huge crowds during the weekend. Daniel Harding

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The True North team accepts the Newport for New Products award for best overall powerboat over 30-feet. Daniel Harding

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The rich mahogany of Hacker Craft provides a stark contrast from the fiberglass boats that flank it. Daniel Harding

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Ranger Tugs assemble in size order. While their LOA changes, their quality of fit and finish remain constant. Daniel Harding

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The Vanquish 26 took earned top prize in the Newport for New Products competition for powerboats under 30-feet. From it’s plentiful stowage opportunities to its multiple pedestal points for moving the table to different locations, there is a lot boat crammed into this 26-foot package. Daniel Harding

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Taking full advantage of diesel, electric and solar power, the largest Greenline, the 48-foot flybridge is an innovative cruising machine. Look for more on the new 48 in a future issue of Yachting magazine. Daniel Harding

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The Gunboat 60 welcomed visitors inside it’s massive beam from the hour the show opened until it closed. Daniel Harding

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Every broker’s dream: A pile of boat shoes outside their boat. Daniel Harding

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More than a few people stopped to stare at the futuristic Gunboat 55. One couple even stopped in to buy one. Daniel Harding

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You know when they say, a picture doesn’t do it justice? In the case of the carbon-fiber Gunboat 55, that’s true here. Daniel Harding

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Burgees and masts fill the sky during the Newport Boat Show. Daniel Harding

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Now that looks like a fun spot to sit and relax. Daniel Harding

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Wait, the show’s not over! A Hunt Harrier is beckoned by the perfect weather calm conditions on Narragansett Bay. Daniel Harding

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A fleet of glistening Hinckleys look right at home beneath the Newport skyline. Daniel Harding

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