Two Yachtworld.com seminars set for this week

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YachtWorld.com announced that its new inventory management system, BoatWizard 2, will be featured at the upcoming Yacht Brokerage Universities in Annapolis, Md., and Providence, R.I.

"While the featured presentation on BoatWizard 2 is a powerful incentive to attend, YachtWorld.com will also focus on how new marketing and social media trends will affect brokers," brand manager John Stewart said in a statement. "In addition, YABA has excellent and informative presentations on 'Broker Transactions - Avoiding Pitfalls' as well as 'Legal Matters for Yacht Brokers.' "

The Yacht Brokerage Universities, hosted by YachtWorld.com and the Yacht Brokers Association of America, will be held Tuesday at the Doubletree Hotel in Annapolis and Thursday at the Marriott Hotel in Providence.

YachtWorld.com and Soundings Trade Only are divisions of Dominion Enterprises.

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