New symposium set for Oct. 3Sep 24, 2013 by Guest Writer
The first Fort Lauderdale Yacht Symposium is planned for Oct. 3. The full-day symposium will feature more than 30 speakers in panel discussions on topics ranging from crew training and leadership to provisioning and shipyards.
The goal is to collect Ft. Lauderdale’s yachting industry for a day of conversations about the industry. Organized by the King’s Institute of Private Service
Cost is $10 for the whole day. To register, visit www.yachtsymposium.com.
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