DeLuxe San Diego Showcases West Coast Yachting

  • Fifth Ave Landing at evening
  • Zenji

DeLuxe San Diego is a new boat and lifestyle show being held April 14 to 16 at the Fifth Avenue Marina and Fifth Avenue Landing in downtown San Diego. Events International, the L.A.-based firm that produces the show, has pulled together yachts, high-end automobiles, aircraft, jewelry, watches, and more for the weekend event, which is designed to give consumers an opportunity to get up close and personal with luxury-lifestyle products in an intimate and exclusive environment. Current sponsors include Fraser Yachts, Scripps Health, Rolls-Royce, Martin Katz, Hawker Beechcraft, the Blackhawk Collection, Paragon Motor Yachts, and many more. The show is by invitation on Thursday and Friday, and tickets are available for entry on Saturday for $250.  (818.706.3814, www.deluxesandiego.com)

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