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Search for Australia's hottest sailors on again for Henri Lloyd parade

by F. Burke on 2 Aug 2012
Henri Lloyd parade Audi Hamilton Island Race Week - Henri Lloyd search for Australia's hottest sailors Fran Burke
Henri Lloyd is again putting the call out for Australia’s hottest sailors! Rugged good looks, slightly salty around the edges or that bigger than life personality? Then we want you!

The search is open to all sailors attending Audi Hamilton Island Race Week in August 2012, with Henri Lloyd looking for 10 gorgeous, fit sailors to take to the runway. We would love to feature as many faces as possible from each division competing in the regatta. This is a great opportunity to promote your boat, your crew, your face and your body to not only Australia’s sailing fraternity but also to national and international media attention. It’s time to get your strut on!

The only criteria are that each model must be an authentic sailor, a size 32, 34 or 36 waist, have a fun personality and be on Hamilton Island for the event on Tuesday 21st August. Each model/sailor selected will receive an exclusive gift from Henri Lloyd. Drop your inhibitions, practice your best Blue Steele pose and enter yours (or your mates/skippers/husbands!) details today!






The annual Henri Lloyd parade, to be held on Tuesday 21st August 2012 on the main stage on Front Street, will showcase the latest from the international brand’s Spring Summer 2012 lifestyle and marine technical collections and is always a fun way to celebrate race week and welcome in the new season styles. By looking back through the archives, Henri Lloyd has recreated and reinvented classic style whilst continuing to embrace modern innovation. The result is a timeless collection with nautical roots and a contemporary twist. A collection ideal for a lifestyle true to the sea.

Send entries for Henri Lloyd’s Hottest Sailors Search to fran(at)burkemarine.com.au Please include entrants name, contact number, email and a recent image if possible.

Closing date for model entries: Sunday 19th August 2012.

It might be boat against boat on the water but this is your chance for a sailor against sailor walk-off on the runway!





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