Greenwich, Connecticut (PressExposure) April 22, 2011 -- Since 2005, Wind Path Fractional Yachting has helped individuals experience the joys of owning and operating a full sized yacht without having to actually own one. Now, the company is holding events to help more individuals realize how easy and fun yachting can be. The most recent event titled 'Strictly Sail Pacific' was held in Oakland, California from April 14-17 and was said to be a resounding success.
Strictly Sail Pacific was held at Jack London Square and was designed as a follow-up to 2010's successful event of the same name. The event showcased exhibits and on-the-water activities. There was even youth seminar and what was said to be the, "Most extensive seminar program yet." Wind Path also hosted a demo-ride area.
According to Wind Path, Jack London Square was chosen as the location for the event, mostly due to all the continued improvements which makes it one of the best water venues in the Bay Area.
There is no word as to whether or not Wind Path will host a 2012 version of Strictly Sail Pacific, but with the success of the 2010 and 2011 events, the chances might be very good.
Wind Path Fractional Yachting has been offering the joys of yachting to boat and water-lovers for over five years now. The company recently celebrated its fifth anniversary in 2010 and is said to have many exciting developments, events and more in the works.
Wind Path offers fractional yachting, training, yachting gear and equipment and much more.
To learn more about Strictly Sail Pacific, held at Jack London Square in Oakland, California from April 14-17, 2011, visit: http://windpath.com.
About Wind Path: Wind Path Fractional Yachting, with locations in several major U.S. cities, offers the dream of boating on a brand new luxury yacht, in the local waterways, without the need to own one. Without the hassle of yacht ownership, Wind Path hopes to offer a sensible way for water-lovers to get out on the water in style.