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Calling all Mistral One Design Masters
Posted On:  20/05/2003 11:08:55
Calling all Mistral One Design Masters... Are you a legend? Do you want to race in a fleet with some of the truly great? Maybe you are just an older windsurfer…? Looking to have a good time? ... with some like minded friends from around the world... then... here are a couple of good ways of indulging yourself AND getting the whole family involved in a really worthwhile holiday experience…. The first is the Raceboard Masters World Championship, which will take place in Merida, Mexico from November 29th to December 5th. Merida is on the Yucatan Peninsula, which sticks northwards into the Caribbean sea. During the recent Mistral North American Championship, a warm 12 > 16-knot breeze blew every day from the North East. Perfect racing conditions! The event will be based on the Reef Yucatan Hotel, which is right on the beach with its own swimming pool and plenty of grassy rigging areas. Food & accommodation will be FREE for the first 200 competitors to register. The Youth and Junior Worlds are happening at the same time so book early! Bring the whole family for a 14-day holiday. Spend the first seven days soaking up the sun and enjoying the Mexican life style and excellent cuisine, not to mention taking the opportunity to visit some ancient sites of the Mayan civilisation and then spend the next week racing in near perfect conditions on azure blue water with just a harness and board shorts… To good to be true… ! Merida is probably one of the best-kept secrets in the Caribbean as far as flat-water windsurfing is concerned. Come and check it out… Oh and remember… you are likely to meet a few legends on the start line … People like … Bruce Kendall who has a clutch of Olympic medals to his name… Paco Wirz who raced in the Los Angeles Olympics way back in 1984… Raul de Lille who was on the Mexican team leading up to Barcelona in 1992 (now a resident of Cozumel, which is probably the best drift diving site in the world)… and many others … So here is a recommendation… Don’t back off on the training programme because you are going to need to be fit… not only for the racing but also so you can make a quick recovery from the parties! Bring your own equipment, please but don’t hesitate to contact us if you require help or assistance. Go to: www.multired.net.mx//silcer