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Yacht charter savings available now with Sunsail

by Sunsail on 6 Jun 2011
Why not escape the cold this winter - this could be you... .. .
Sunsail Yacht Charters have has just released specials for all destinations to encourage holiday makers to take advantage of the strong Australian dollar.

Head of Distribution Australia & Asia/Pacific, Mark Windsor, announced that Sunsail has taken the initiative for all destinations in announcing substantial discounts for those contemplating a sailing holiday during June and onwards.

Whitsundays:
A 30% discount is being offered for all charters during the month of June. What a great incentive to escape the winter cold and explore the beautiful Whitsundays on your own Catamaran or Yacht.

And what better way to enjoy this than on a Sunsail 41, which has been added to the Whitsunday Fleet for 2011. The Sunsail 41 has taken on key design innovations which include the complete rethinking of the deck and sail plans to make this boat, not only fast, but incredibly easy to handle. Twin wheels and a large swim platform make spending time onboard the Sunsail 41 relaxing, comfortable and most importantly, fun!


Jeanneau's version, the Sun Odyssey 409, from which the Sunsail 41 has been designed, has received the prestigious nomination for the 2010/11 European Boat of the Year, thus demonstrating the credibility of this outstanding new yacht.

If you're unable to take advantage of the 30% discount a FREE DAYS stay pay offering is open to all bookings taken for 01 Jan-31 Mar 2012 - Pay 4 get 5; Pay 6 get 7 and Pay 7 get 10.

Caribbean:
Caribbean bareboats are attracting a discount of up to 25% for charters of 14 or more days with a discount of 15% being offered for charters of between 5-13 days.

The discounts apply to all charters booked from 01 Jun-31 Oct 2011.

With the opening of a new charter locations in Belize & Grenada, adding to Sunsail's other bases in the Caribbean, these destinations offers sailors the opportunity to explore one of Mother Nature's best kept secrets.

Sitting on the eastern coast of the Central American coastline facing the Caribbean Sea, Belize is a unique treasure in the sailing world. Located in Placencia, Sunsail's Belize base is the perfect starting point for a wonderfully varied charter holiday. With the picturesque Belizean coast stretching out over 185 miles, there is an abundance of things to do and see. The Marine life here is dazzling and yearning to be explored.

From the new base at Port Louis Marina in St. George's, Sunsail will offer bareboat and skippered charters on a fleet consisting of 36 to 38 foot catamarans and monohulls, exclusive to Sunsail. Known as the Gateway to the Grenadines, the cruising grounds of Grenada (The Spice Island) offer the most exceptional sailing conditions in the Eastern Caribbean along with pristine reefs, colourful coral gardens and access to the famous Tobago Cays!

Discounts of up to 15% also apply to charters in the Tahiti, Tonga, Asia, Seychelles & up to 50% in the Mediterranean.

Sunsail are also offering a 6 month advance booking discount of 10% for all reservations for November 2011 onwards.

For more information contact Sunsail on 1800 803 988 or visit www.sunsail.com.au.

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