Parking restrictions (and some tips) for the Annapolis Spring Sailboat Show

The Annapolis Spring Sailboat Show is back at the City Dock and will run from 10 a.m. Friday, April 29 to 5 p.m. Sunday, May 1 at the City Dock in downtown Annapolis. Thousands of visitors will be in downtown Annapolis to view new and brokerage yachts for sale as well as exhibits, seminars and vendors. In addition to embarking on magnificent sailboats, guests are invited to meet yacht clubs and charter companies, buy materials and equipment and meet sea professionals and sailing friends.

Cars will not be allowed to park at the end of Dock Street (from the Harbor Office to Susan Campbell Park) from midnight on April 25. Cars remaining after this time will be deleted. Dock Street and Prince George Street, from Craig Street to the water, will be closed to vehicles and used for the installation of the show.

Boats will have a limited number of docks in Ego Alley after Sunday April 24. Pay attention to the red mooring bags and the lack of mooring panels. As always, visitors must register with the Harbor Master (410-263-7973 or VHF 17).

Vendor loads will begin on April 26 and 27.

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CAR PARK:

Visitors can pay to park at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium and Eastport Elementary School. There is a free shuttle to the show from Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium. Eastport Elementary is a short walk across the bridge from Spa Creek.

City Garages: Park in one of the city garages: Noah Hillman, Knighton, Gotts Court or Park Place and take the free city center shuttle. The Hillman Garage will remain open and is expected to close on May 2.

Online pre-paid parking option: visitors can reserve parking in advance at Gotts Garages (25 Calvert Street, $16.80 per day), Hillman (150 Duke of Gloucester, $22.40 per day) or Knighton (1a Colonial Ave. at $11.20 per day). For details, visit www.AnnapolisParking.com.

Additional Garages: Visitors can also find free parking at the state-owned garage (aka Calvert Street Garage) at 19 St. Johns Street after 6 p.m., Monday through Friday and all weekend. Whitmore Garage located at 25 Clay Street is also accessible to the public as space permits for an additional charge after 9 a.m. Monday through Saturday. Whitmore is free to the public every Sunday until 4 p.m.

For more details on the boat show: www.AnnapolisBoatShows.com

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