The ‘Cayman Islands’ City Racing Challenge 2010 Launch Party
Please join us for the launch of The ‘Cayman Islands’ City Racing Challenge 2010 – a new sailing challenge. Venue: The Little Ship Club, Bell Wharf Lane, Upper Thames Street, London, EC4R 3TB
Date: Wednesday 10th February, 2010
Time: 6.30pm – 8.30pm
Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org by 5th Feb 2010. Your friends and colleagues are all welcome.
Now’s your chance to escape the pressures of City life and race on the water against like minded companies. Pit yourself against the elements, work as the perfect team and most importantly beat your business competitors. No sailing experience is necessary!
Companies from across the City of London and Canary Wharf will compete on the water in state of the art boats – Laser SB3s.
Teams can enter in four different regattas held across four weekends:
· INSURANCE AND ASSET MANAGEMENT – Training 9 April. Racing 10-11 April
· LEGAL – Training 30 April. Racing 1-2 May
· BANKING – Training 25 June. Racing 26-27 June
· IT – Training 9 July. Racing 10-11 July
· FINALS – Gala Dinner 25 September. Racing 25-26 September
All teams entering the challenge will compete in their industry weekend, and will automatically qualify to race in either a silver or gold final held in Cowes on 25th-26th September.
Racing across both weekends is covered in the entry fee. A full social programme, Laser SB3 Charter, race training day, branding package and gala dinner is also included in the price.
The sailing will be held in the Solent, and is organised by Cowes based Pelican Racing and hosted by the Island Sailing Club.
We are delighted to announce the Cayman Islands as the title sponsor to the City Racing Challenge.
The Cayman Islands are made up of three very different paradise islands surrounded by glittering turquoise sea and white sandy beaches. Grand Cayman offers five star hotels, sophisticated gourmet dining and an abundance of activities where as Cayman Brac is a nature lover’s paradise with striking landscape and world class diving. For solitude and barefoot luxury, visit the tiny island of Little Cayman. These Caribbean islands are united by the friendly welcoming locals, fantastic service and a truly outstanding natural environment.
For more information visit www.caymanislands.co.uk
Our host for the launch, The Little Ship Club, is a partner to the ‘Cayman Islands’ City Racing Challenge 2010 – together with their caterers Chester Boyd look forward to welcoming you on the 10th February.
For more information, and to download the information pack visit the ‘Cayman Islands’ City Racing Challenge 2010 Website or call Sarah Rees on 07769 827261
We’d like to thank our sponsors: The Little Ship Club and Ca
The Little Ship Club was founded in 1926 and is based right on the Thames, in the City of London. It is a private member’s yacht club and has business, socialising and RYA training on and off water at its heart. The club’s members are a diverse group of people; everyone is welcome from offshore racers to motor cruisers. Club president is Sir Robin Knox-Johnston.
For further information on the ‘Cayman Islands’ City Racing Challenge 2010, please contact:
Sarah Rees – Into the Blue