St Petersburg Florida Cruisers’ Party Is BACK For 2019!

 

It seems we were missed in St Pete last year at the St. Petersburg Boat show, so they’ve asked if we would come back and have our cruisers’ party once again.

We answered with a resounding YES! We will be sponsoring our Latitudes & Attitudes Cruiser’s Party once again, on Saturday night, December 7th (A day of infamy in 1941!). Join us and hundreds of cruising sailors for a fun night of live music, free pizza, free beer, and a raffle with some great prizes!  We have had a party there for 20 years, and are looking forward to being back in St Petersburg!  The boat show runs from Dec 5th to the 8th, with our Party on Saturday night.  Don’t miss it!  For more info on the show, visit The St Petersburg Boat Show

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