If you are looking for a super fast ski boat with a million watt stereo and neon light accents, this is your boat show.
There were a total of 3 sailboats at the show. One was a J/22 from our Colorado sailing school (and I'm pretty sure we did sail on it during our lessons). The other two were from the one and only sailboat focused "dealership" in the Denver area. Of those, one was a 24 foot or so day sailing boat and the other was a Hobie trimaran.
One interesting thing we saw was an inflatable kayak from Hobie that comes with their mirage drive and even has an optional sail package. I wonder if we'd have enough room on a boat for it.
There were also a number of antique motor boats that were at the show and were interesting to see. We missed seeing Twiggy the Water-skiing Squirrel but he was there as well.
So, while the show lacked much in the sailing category, and is a completely different type of show than the Annapolis one, it was still worth a visit...especially for free.