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Editorial- What do these classes have on common?

by Rob Kothe & the Sail-World Team on 5 Jan 2009
FD World's, B14 Worlds, FF15’s Worlds, Napier’s NY Regatta, Oz Finns Nats, Oz Moths Nats

You could dwell on that one for a while, so we will make it easy for you.

All these classes post reports via the Sail-World Upload system.

Why? Because their Event and Class Publicity officers know that sailors don't want to read about the Nationals and Worlds in February of March, they want to know NOW!


If you Nationals are running and there is no report on Sail-World, email or call your Publicity Person now. - with this information.

Here is the upload link...it's so easy... even the offshore events guys can do it!!

Loading News/Stories/Press/Images releases into Sail-World, go to http://www.sail-world.com/admin/add_story.cfm

If they want to talk to us about nzeditor@sail-world.com or +6493068946

Lots of News today, from all those events and lots more... so we will stand aside and let you browse, these stories on the Sail-World.com/nz website.

Make sure you've entered the Burke Marine- Sail-World competition too, you can win an offshore jacket, an inflatable PFD or a SeaBrake!!

Sail-World NZ has gone cruising for a few days before heading to Melbourne for the Flying Fifteen Worlds starting on 9 January. With the 240v charging mis-behaving on the yacht, we Aussies are deputising.
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