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Win a Fijian getaway thanks to Geelong Travel and Festival of Sails

by Royal Geelong Yacht Club on 22 Aug 2014
Festival of Sails 2015 - Win a Fiji getaway Royal Geelong Yacht Club
Thanks to our new sponsor Geelong Travel and the Festival of Sails, you have the chance to win a magnificent getaway for two, to tropical Fiji.

All you need to do is get your entry completed for the Festival of Sails 2015 (including the Australian Multihull Championships) prior to midnight on Sunday 30th November 2014.

Prize Includes:

• Return Flights with Virgin (ex. Melbourne, Sydney or Brisbane) for two people
• Five nights accommodation at the Shangri-La Fijian for two people
• Return airport transfers

The prize will be drawn during post-race presentations at the Festival of Sails, on Sunday 25th January.

So with two weeks of winter still to go in the southern states, there is no time like the present to start planning your summer of sailing. Why not get in early to ensure that you are in the draw to take away this great prize!

Enter now

Terms and conditions apply (including but not limited to):

• Boat owners of eligible entries into the Festival of Sails 2015, completed prior to midnight 30th November 2014 will go into the draw

• Festival of Sails entry must be complete and fully paid in TopYacht entry system, to be eligible

• Name of the Boat Entry will be announced as winner

• Trip is for two adults travelling together

• Flights and accommodation subject to availability at time of booking

• Not redeemable for cash

• Prize drawn, Sunday 25 January 2015

• Travel dates and conditions will apply


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