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21-29 JANUARY 2006
BOND BOATS IN BALTIMORE

By: Anders Frejdh
Published:
2005-12-20
Original vessels from James Bond films on display January 21-29, 2006.

OFFICIAL PRESS RELEASE: December 20, 2005

BOATS OF BOND TO STAR AT BALTIMORE BOAT SHOW

The Baltimore Boat Show has announced a new entertainment feature that includes a lot of Bond…James Bond. The Boats of Bond Exhibit, on display at Baltimore Boat Show from Saturday, January 21 through Sunday, January 29, 2006, will feature five custom boats and James Bond movie memorabilia.

ABOUT THE BOATS OF BOND
The boats in the Boats of Bond Exhibit are the high tech, specialty vehicles from some of the most famous action scenes and chases in the James Bond film series, including:
- The underwater Tow Sled from THUNDERBALL (1965), used by James Bond and the villain Largo.
- The underwater Bath-O-Sub from DIAMONDS ARE FOREVER (1971), used by 007’s nemesis, Blofeld, to escape from the oil-drilling platform that doubled as his headquarters.
- The sleek Glastron Amazon Chase Boat from MOONRAKER (1979), the most lethal of the boats on display; its hidden rocket launchers, escaping hang-glider, and other gadgetry actually worked.
- The Neptune Submarine from FOR YOUR EYES ONLY (1981), one of two originally built by the film’s production company, and operated by stunt men using scuba gear.
- “Q’s” Jet Boat from THE WORLD IS NOT ENOUGH (1999), performed the barrel roll stunt seen in the film’s exciting opening sequence.

In addition to the boats, the Boats of Bond Exhibit will feature memorabilia from other favorite James Bond films, such as Odd Job’s death hat from Goldfinger, an electrified wristwatch from The World is Not Enough, a briefcase from From Russia with Love, and reproductions of original movie posters.
The Boats of Bond Exhibit, as well as the collection of artifacts, are among the rarest of all Bond memorabilia; several items are the only ones in the world. The collection at the Baltimore Boat Show will appear in association with the Ian Fleming Foundation.

BOND-ALIKE DAY
To celebrate the Boats of Bond Exhibit, the Baltimore Boat Show will host "Bond-alike Day" on Wednesday, January 25, 2006. Boat show visitors who come dressed as 007, a Bond Girl, a Bond Villain or another character from James Bond movies will receive $2 off admission. Costume ideas are listed on the boat show website at www.BaltimoreBoatShow.com.

ABOUT THE BALTIMORE BOAT SHOW
The Baltimore Boat Show is the largest and longest running annual indoor boat show in Baltimore and fills 215,000 square feet with over 500 powerboats, ranging from small personal watercraft and inflatables to fishing boats, bow riders, performance boats and million-dollar yachts up to 45 feet long. More than 150 manufacturers and exhibitors will display the newest models, hottest products, and most advanced technologies. The show will also feature nine days of family fun and entertainment, including educational seminars and interactive boating related activities.

The Baltimore Boat Show will be held at the Baltimore Convention Center at Pratt and Howard Streets in downtown Baltimore. Free parking is available in Lot C at Camden Yards with continuous shuttle buses to and from the show.
For complete show information, visit www.BaltimoreBoatShow.com or call 410-649-7360.

Hours for the Baltimore Boat Show are:
Saturdays, January 21 and 28 -- 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Sundays, January 22 and 29 -- 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Monday through Wednesday, January 23-25, -- Noon to 8 p.m.
Thursday and Friday, January 26 and 27, -- Noon to 9 p.m.

Tickets are $8 for adults, $4 for youth ages 13-15, and free for children 12 years old or younger.
A two day adult pass is available for $14.
Advance tickets are now on sale and may be purchased on-line at www.BaltimoreBoatShow.com.

The Baltimore Boat Show is produced by the National Marine Manufacturers Association (NMMA), the world's largest producer of boat shows. NMMA is the leading association representing a $33 billion a year recreational boating industry. NMMA member companies produce more than 80 percent of the boats, engines, trailers, accessories and gear used by boaters and anglers in the U.S. For more information, visit www.NMMA.org or call 410-649-7360.

Editor's note:
For more James Bond exhibitions presented on From Sweden with Love, click here.

Visit the official website for Baltimore Boat Show:

www.baltimoreboatshow.com

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