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Samui Regatta 2013- important information for competitors

by Samui Regatta 2013 on 16 May 2013
Samui Regatta 2013 Samui Regatta
Dear Competitors,

We have just been informed by the Samui Immigration, Harbour and Customs departments that they will be closed on Friday 24th and Saturday 25th May.

For all arrivals who have not 'checked-in' prior to the 24th, Samui Regatta will be providing a special on-site check-in service for Immigration, Harbour and Customs clearance at the Chaweng Hall, Centara Grand Beach Resort on Sunday 26th May between 10.00am and 4.00pm

Check-out facilities will also be provided for departing yachts on Sunday 2nd June.

We look forward to seeing you in Koh Samui.

The Samui Regatta Team.

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