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US Watercraft adds California dealer

US Watercraft LLC signed Sail California as the newest dealership to carry its Alerion Yachts and C&C Yachts brands.

Sail California, of Alameda, Calif., specializes in racing, cruising and passage-making under sail. Heading the sales team is IRC National Champion and 14-time Rolex Big Boat Series winner Norman Davant. He is joined by Steve Taft, Rod Kux, Stan Gibbs, Teri Moore, Dinah Goodsell, Roger Goodsell and Pat Nolan.

Drew Harper and Garrett Greenhalgh will also represent the brands at the Sail California location in San Francisco's South Beach.

“With their racing and cruising knowledge, experience and success, we feel confident they are the right team to represent both Alerion and C&C Yachts,” the company said in a statement.

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