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Antigua Sailing Week announces Sunsail as Gold Sponsor for 2012

by Antigua Sailing Week on 17 Sep 2011
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Antigua Sailing Week is delighted to announce Sunsail as Gold Sponsor for its 2012 event. With its continuing focus on and commitment to supporting sailing at every level and with the recent launch of the new Sunsail Racing product range, Sunsail is a perfect fit with Antigua Sailing Week.

Simon Conder, Head of Marketing for Sunsail said: ‘We are delighted to be working with Antigua Sailing Week and to become a Gold Sponsor for this premier yachting event. Antigua Sailing Week has undoubtedly been one of the ‘must do’ events on the racing calendar for many years, their commitment and future plans to further develop this event are very much in line with our strategy which makes this a natural partnership. We are extremely excited to be a part of the plans and to be able to support this leading sailing event into the future.’

Ian Fraser, Chairman of Antigua Sailing Week commented, ‘It is very gratifying to be partnering with Sunsail for Antigua Sailing Week 2012. Clearly the two organisations have enormous synergies and together we are in for an exciting year of promoting our joint passion, that of racing sailboats. We look forward to working with the Sunsail team and developing exciting opportunities for yachtsmen of all ages and levels to come and enjoy the fantastic sailing conditions Antigua will have on offer for its 2012 event.’

Now in its 45th year, Antigua Sailing Week is a world-class yacht racing event held annually starting on the last Sunday in April and ending the following Friday. It offers five days of racing off the south coast of Antigua in some of the best sailing conditions in the world, with courses suitable for racing sailors of all levels! With its welcoming shoreside ambiance, casual evening parties and some of the finest dining in the Caribbean, Antigua Sailing Week offers the best of everything – both on and off the water! For more information and to enter Antigua Sailing Week go to www.sailingweek.com.

Sunsail offers a wide choice of sailing holidays and experiences with over 800 yachts in 30 locations worldwide. Alongside Yacht Charter and Flotilla Sailing Holidays, Sunsail also offers Beach Clubs, Sailing Schools, Team Building and Events, and new for 2011, Sunsail Racing. Visit www.sunsail.co.uk for more information.
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