Newsletter 3‘Ready - Set - Go!’
Dear Sailing enthusiast,
Only a few days left and worldwide a large group of cat sailors will make the journey to the Stena Line Worlds 2005 in Hoek van Holland. A trip that is made by people from Australia, USA or abroad by plane. People from Europe mostly by car. You know the drill, packing all that stuff in your trailer. Stuffing your car with clothes, tools etc. When you make the journey by car please drive carefully and remember to take your bike with you. The dunes of Hoek van Holland as you might have noticed on the website map are forbidden for cars. We have arranged a special parking place for the competitors and VIPs. But the local authorities would prefer you to use a bike or walk from the camping to the beach. It’s only a 5 minute walk or a 2 minute bike ride. When you arrive in Hoek van Holland you can follow the instructions you can find on the website. We have made it our effort to make nice signs you can follow. People to assist you at the parking speak Dutch and English.
Something else. Are you a hero in your local news paper? Or are you a National celebrity? Let us know as much as you can so we can provide your media with the accurate information. We make pictures, Video and news bulletins available every day. You worry about the race, let us worry about you. That’s the deal with the press office. Anything new in advance that we can print for you? Let us know at communications@F18worlds2005.com. Anything we can do for you let us know at the press booth across the road from the sailing club.
Sail Mail Beach Guide
The Sail Mail Beach Guide is ready now. This guide provides you with information about the race-, beach- & tent program, sailing instructions, tourist information, etc. You can also find this on the website: www.f18worlds2005.com/publications.
Registration on the Beach
Special Request: Enthusiastic sailors for the Youth Clinic
Kite- and Kayak Clinic
Free dinner & party at Wednesday, Thursday & Friday
Prize Giving at Friday, 15th July, 20.00 hrs.
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