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YachtWorldCharters.com announces contest winners

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YachtWorldCharters.com, a single global marketplace for both the yacht charter industry and the individual charterer, announced the winners of the "Win a Charter" promotion at the recent United States Sailboat Show and United States Powerboat Show.

The winner of the grand prize, a one-week bareboat charter in the Bahamas by 360 Yachting, is Lyla Roos of West Chester, Pa. The winner of the first prize, an Apple iPad, is Nancy Saylor of Worthington, Ohio.

"Congratulations to our winners. It's exciting to see people planning their next charter vacation with the help of YachtWorldCharters.com," said John Stewart, YachtWorld.com brand manager, in a statement. "What sets us apart, in addition to our extensive online charter database, are the insight and information we provide, helping people find a charter company to make that dream vacation a reality."

The United States Sailboat Show was the debut of YachtWorldCharters.com's new service that provides charter companies the opportunity to promote their brand and boats in the booth at a major boat show.

YachtWorldCharters.com is a division of Dominion Marine Media, the recreational marine industry division of Dominion Enterprises. Soundings Trade Only is a division of Dominion Enterprises.

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