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IGY updates rewards program

After enrolling nearly 200 megayacht captains in its inaugural year, Island Global Yachting announced updates to its loyalty program for 2010.

The IGY Anchor Club is a dedicated program for vessels larger than 80 feet that honors captains and crew with rewards and special offers for their continued patronage of IGY's network of marinas.

"We are pleased to unveil the new IGY Anchor Club awards program for our top captains," said Kenny Jones, IGY executive vice president of marina operations, in a statement. "At IGY, we are dedicated to providing the world's premier yachting experiences and servicing the finest vessels on the seas today, and our Anchor Club is just another way that we can show our captains how much that we truly appreciate their business and their continued loyalty."

Click here for the full release and a list of participating IGY sites.

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