Nautical Mile of Lights Annual Holiday Boat Parade held in Freeport

The Nautical Mile of Lights Annual Holiday Boat Parade was held this evening in Freeport. This year, 20 boats entered the competition to see which

This year, 20 boats entered the competition to see which craft had the most holiday spirit.

This year, 20 boats entered the competition to see which craft had the most holiday spirit. (12/7/13)

FREEPORT - The Nautical Mile of Lights Annual Holiday Boat Parade was held this evening in Freeport.

This year, 20 boats entered the competition to see which craft had the most holiday spirit.

The boats start their journey at the head of the Nautical Mile by E.B. Eliot's Restaurant and traveled down Randall Bay.

The winners of the competition will be announced next week by the Freeport Chamber of Commerce.

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