YachtWorld.com launches new Yacht Brokerage University series

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YachtWorld.com has announced a series of eight new Yacht Brokerage Universities.

The first four of the 2009 series are co-hosted by YachtWorld and the Yacht Brokers Association of America and take place July 28 in Providence, R.I., July 30 in Annapolis, Md., Aug. 13 in Seabrook, Texas, and Aug. 20 in Chicago.

Four more Yacht Brokerage Universities are planned for California; Vancouver, British Columbia; Fort Lauderdale and Seattle. Dates, locations and broker association partners are being finalized.

"We have timely subjects and great speakers for this series and recommend early registration," said Jessica Muffett, publisher emeritus, YachtWorld.com, in a statement. "Brokers who attend will learn a great deal about the existing market conditions, both domestically and internationally; the new trends in social network and Internet marketing; as well as the new products and services offered by YachtWorld."

YachtWorld has conducted more than 75 such events in the United States in the past five years.

Click here for full details on the program.

YachtWorld.com and Soundings Publications are divisions of Dominion Enterprises.

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