Sign up as a SAKA 2016/17 member and stand a chance to win a trip on a yacht in the beautiful Seychelles worth R70,000.00
Imagine mooring and kiting those idyllic waters from your yacht…..
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Win a week in paradise on a Sunsail Catamaran
UPDATED – New entry closing date of 18 December 2016 – Draw on 20 December 2016 (Delayed to allow all clubs members equal opportunity to enter)
One lucky South African Sailing (SAS) member will win a week on a Sunsail charter holiday in the Seychelles to the value of R70 000
Cruising the Seychelles is a unique experience. Catch fish for dinner every day; swim in warm, clear blue waters; snorkel freely surrounded by an array of sea life; catch beautiful sunsets while sipping cocktails on deck. The waters are calm and the wind is gentle and warm. The prize includes a 4 berth charter catamaran for 7 nights – bare–boat, excluding flights and provisions.
To be eligible to enter this competition your SAS membership must be paid up and reflected as “ACTIVE” on the SAS database. To enter you need to update and confirm your details on the SAS database – visit the SAS website www.sailing.org.za, login via “Membership Login” button in top right hand corner, and update your email, contact number, postal and residential address, sailing discipline, agree to the terms, and save to update. Simple!
If you need to refresh your SAS Membership login details, call SAS office (021 531 1860). For more information on Sunsail holidays in 25 destinations around the world, visit www.sunsail.com or contact Ikraam on 021 200 1836, or firstname.lastname@example.org
UPDATED Entries close at 23h59 on 18 December 2016 with the winner being announced on the SAS Facebook Page on Wednesday 21 December 2016.
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