Sail America conference set for South Carolina

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Sail America scheduled its fourth biannual Industry Conference for June 9-11.

The three-day event, designed for sailing industry professionals, will take place at the Charleston (S.C.) Harbor Resort & Marina.

Sail America said its Industry Conference is the place for sailing industry professionals to learn about new topics and trends, receive updates and network. The conference will feature a regatta, a day and a half of educational sessions and an industry dinner.

"We are excited to host the conference in Charleston," Sail America association manager Peter Durant said in a statement. "It is a desirable waterfront location for our members and offers great sailing opportunities. In addition, Charleston offers a wealth of resources, restaurants, activities and entertainment for conference visitors."

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