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RYA Sailability Sunsail Regatta

by RYA on 8 Feb 2011
Sunsail RYA Sailability http://www.rya.org.uk
If you are looking for an exhilarating experience with the opportunity to do something different or you’re a sailing team looking for a great racing opportunity then the RYA Sailability Sunsail Regatta is the perfect event for you to get out on the water, have fun and raise money for a great charity.

RYA Sailability, is a charity that creates opportunities for people with disabilities to take up the sport of sailing, and they have teamed up with Sunsail to create an all-inclusive, two day sailing event which is held on 04 and 05 May 2011.

Open to both corporate and private teams as well as individuals, not only will you experience an action packed two days on board the brand new identically matched Sunsail F40 fleet, but you will also be treated to a 3 course dinner at the historic and exclusive Royal Yacht Squadron in Cowes, Isle of Wight.

Don’t worry if you are not part of a team, all individuals will be matched with an appropriate boat and team.

The weekend includes:

· Hire of Sunsail F40
. Fuel
· Committee boat hire/race premiums
· Free parking at at PHYC, Port Solent
· Full race briefings
· Hearty breakfast on both days
· Good packed lunch on board, on both days
· 3 course meals and wine at the Royal Yacht Squadron in Cowes
· Accommodation on board your yacht
· Afternoon tea and cakes with prize giving

The cost of this action packed two day event is £2,500 per yacht (8 people per yacht max) or £325 per person and all funds raised will go to RYA Sailability and help make disability plain sailing.

To view the proposed itinerary click here

For more information about RYA Sailability click here
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