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The Newport Charter Yacht Show has chosen YachtAid Global as the beneficial charity of its closing party and fundraiser.



The show runs from June 17-20 at Newport Yachting Center, with the closing party beginning at 6 p.m. on June 20 with a VIP hour aboard M/Y Capricorn followed by the closing party. Tickets start at $100.



YachtAid Global was started by a yacht captain and coordinates the delivery of school, building and medical supplies to underprivileged children and families in remote coastal communities via luxury yachts. Since 2006, YachtAid Global has made more than 50 deliveries of aid, totaling in excess of $300,000.



For more information, visit www.yachtaidglobal.org.

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