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Old 26-08-2008, 09:00   #1
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Offshore Sailing School Fast Track to Cruising course

Hello everyone,
I'm not a spammer. I just thought many of you might be interested in this.

Win an Offshore Sailing School Fast Track to Cruising course in St.Petersburg, Florida, courtesy of Hunter Marine.


For Hunter's 35th Year Anniversary both Hunter Marine and Offshore Sailing School are offering a "Fast Track to Cruising Sweepstakes". All eligible participates have to do is fill out the form located on this page and they will be in the drawing for a Free Instructional Cruising Course in Florida aboard a Hunter 41 or 49.

This fabulous package starts with the three-day Learn to Sail course aboard a Colgate 26. Then you learn to cruise on a state-of-the-art 41 or 49 foot Hunter yacht in the five-day Live Aboard Cruising course. You'll graduate with the skills and confidence to take the next step - cruising on your own.

Included as part of the prize is round trip airfare for two from any point within the continental US, four nights accommodations ashore, your cabin and most meals while aboard the Hunter. This is an estimated $8,500 value!
http://www.floridayacht.com/yachts/h...weepstakes.php

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Old 26-08-2008, 14:21   #2
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Let's see:
A first-time contributer links to a boat broker web-site, and claims he's not a spammer.
Yah right: the check's in the mail & this won't hurt.
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