parade.jpgFor many coastal towns, Lighted Holiday Boat Parades are longstanding traditions. Most parades are open to a wide range of sizes and it’s not uncommon to see decorated jon boats ‘marching’ in line with large 50′ cruisers. We’ve put together a Google Earth map of more than 50 holiday boat parades, including their dates and links to more information for each parade.  We know there are quite a few more parades scheduled – please use our Content Submission Form and let us know about ones we’ve missed so we can add them to the map.

EarthNC Holiday Boat Parades for Google Earth

If you need Google Earth download it HERE. To add the Channel markers and other marine chart information around coastal parade locations, register for EarthNC Online, our free Marine map service for Google Earth, and then load our EarthNC Online map into Google Earth.

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