“Surfing the Maldives on the FCS Boat” is a contest organized by FCS in partnership with Surfatoll offering 10 Europeans (each from a different citizenship) the opportunity to win a holiday aboard a luxurious yacht, surfing the best Maldives surfing spots for an entire week. Click to win on www.surffcs.com.
Incredibly comfortable, the Oasis Yacht is a brand new boat, 35 meters length and 9 meters width with a maximum hosting capacity for 18 passengers. It is one of the most luxurious from the Archipelago, equipped for offering the best surfing experience with individual cabins each with private bathrooms, air conditioning, Jacuzzi and a Spa.
The trip is scheduled from July 7th to 14th, which is the best swell period for winter storms generated in the Southern Hemisphere. The average swell size is 2 metres and winds are normally offshore all day long.
The surfing area on the North and South Atolls offer a lot of world class waves. Pasta Point, Honky’s, Sultans, Cokes, Beacons or Madihera are all waiting for you! The package includes a round trip ticket from Paris to Male, the 7 days and 6 nights on the yacht, 3 meals per day, 1 Bottle of water per day per person with refills of tea and coffee, surfing from 6:00 am to 5:00 pm as well as BBQ’s on desert Islands.
The competition is scheduled from January 15th till April 15th 2013. The winning names will be published on May 1st at the FCS website: www.surffcs.com
Enter now and get a chance to live this unforgettable surfing experience! Click and win on www.surffcs.com
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