Just 12 hours left to win a PredictWind Professional subscription
by Richard Gladwell on 17 Jun 2010
Just 12 hours left for Sail-World readers to enter for a chance to win a PredictWind Professional forecasting package for one year, valued at almost $1,000 each. This is your last chance - ENTER NOW!! - Competition finishes mid-night on the 17th.
There are ten annual subscriptions of the just released new version of PredictWind’s Professional Forecast Package top be won in Sail-World's competition.
This Professional Package includes access to a unique set of tools allowing the user to predict weather conditions for use in club racing, major series or peace of mind while cruising in your favorite locations. This is the same fully functional package used by America's Cuppers, Round the World sailors, Sydney Hobart racers and top Olympic sailors the world over.
Zooming into an incredible 1km resolution PredictWind generates a detailed forecast that is displayed in Wind Maps, Graphs and Table formats. The package also includes access to the forecasts via your mobile phone and includes a 9-day forecast for offshore boating.
It's ideal for anything you want to know wind an weather conditions up to a week or so in advance.
Only one entry is allowed per email address and person, if you are one of the ten winners, you can transfer the licence to a member of your family.
To win you will need to provide your contact details, complete the PredictWind survey and to win a prize be adjudged to have one of the top 10 explanations in 25 words or less why high quality marine weather forecasting is so important.
If you can't wait for the contest winners to be announced you can try the Free Trial, or buy a cheaper (less functionality/features version) of PredictWind.
Treat yourself, or treat your favorite sailor!
Goto www.predictwind.com now and check out the best option for you.
Read the testimonies from the top sailors around the world who rely on PredictWind to win races, and see the different uses for PredictWind on www.predictwind.com
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