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Resort hosts sailing event

Shayal Devi
Wednesday, June 25, 2014

ONE of the world's biggest events will give a chance for locals to showcase what Fiji has to offer to international guests.

Musket Cove Island Resort and Marina sales and marketing manager Kini Saukuru said the resort would welcome guests from at least 14 different countries from 35 yachts as part of the World Arc Sailing rally.

"There will be about 110 crew members getting together for a week's program of fun and relaxation supported by Musket Cove Island Resort," she said.

"The visit to Malolo Lailai will round off several weeks exploring Fiji's islands by boat.

"The crew of these privately-owned ocean-going yachts will enjoy a barbecue, a Fijian feast and an activities afternoon as well as many of the numerous activities which the resort offers, before many set off to the island of Tanna in Vanuatu on July 5."

She said the yachts and crews already arrived at different ports in Fiji this month.








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