Florida marina joins Yachting Club of America

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Twin Dolphin Marina in Bradenton, Fla., was recently accepted into the Yachting Club of America, the marina announced.

Yachting Club of America was formed in 1963 as the first National Association of Yacht Clubs. YCA represents more than 300,000 members and is recognized by Embassies throughout the world.

Twin Dolphin Marina customers can now enjoy the benefit of reciprocity with more than 700 yacht and sailing clubs that are registered with Yachting Clubs of America.

"We are very happy to be able to offer our customers this valuable benefit that allows them to enjoy a variety of yacht and sailing clubs throughout the United States," harbormaster Michael Shanley said in a statement. "We enthusiastically welcome and encourage our customers to enjoy the club life."

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