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Sail Thailand Rally in Phuket

by Bianca Hein, Marina Blue Productions on 28 Dec 2008
You are cordially invited to join us for a major yachting celebration: the Sail Thailand Rally.

Asia's largest fleet, travelling to five nations in five months around the peninsulas of Southeast Asia from Darwin to Indonesia to Bali to Singapore to Malaysia, is now coming to Phuket... with the Sail Thailand Rally. The Tourism Authority of Thailand cordially invites you to attend the 'Meet and Greet the Fleet Day' on Friday, 09 January 2009 at Kan Eang @ Pier Restaurant.

The rally sailors will be given an all-day orientation tour of the marine facilities on the island and allow time for local marine businesses to network with them. At 1800 hrs the networking continues with a mariners reception followed by dinner.

Your RSVP is required for the networking reception at close of business day followed by dinner. Please respond your attendance to the Tourism Authority of Thailand at 02-250-5500 ext. 1295-6 or by email: amdiv@tat.or.th. This is a free event.

On behalf of the Tourism Authority of Thailand, we look forward to seeing you at the 'Meet and Greet the Fleet Day' celebrating the inaugural Sail Thailand Rally.
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