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YachtFest San Diego is canceled

YachtFest San Diego, which was scheduled for September, will not take place this year.

"It's time to substantially refresh and bring the show to the next level. San Diego has grown in so many positive ways in the past 10 years. The show needs to reflect the new San Diego," YachtFest board chair Doug Sharp told MegaYacht News.

Show organizers could not be reached this morning by Soundings Trade Only.

This year's show would have been the 11th annual YachtFest San Diego.

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