–Special OceanPlanet announcement
planned at Paris Boat Show on Dec 6 —
–New crew slots added for Key West Race,
and Key West Race Week–
Long distance call:
Special announcement planned for Dec 6, at the Paris Boat Show:
Bruce will be calling in to a press conference at the City of Les Sables’ “Salon de Nautique” at the Paris Boat Show, direct from OceanPlanet via Iridium satellite phone. He will be calling while en route aboard OceanPlanet from New York City to St. Augustine, Florida.
New Supporting Crew slots available:
What a Great Gift Ideal and a Great way to start the New Year! Get out of the Cold and Come…
Sailing With Bruce Schwab on Ocean Planet for the Key West Race Week:
Due to a huge response, additional crew slots are now open! Don’t wait, contact us today to secure your spot for warm weather racing in Florida!
Key West “Feeder” Race:
There are now 3 additional crew slots open for the Fort Lauderdale to Key West Feeder race. This is a 160 nm sprint from Fort Lauderdale to Key West. This is the race that kicks off the Key West Race Week. Dates for the Feeder race are January 9th-12th. Supporting Crew slots are $1500.
Key West Race Week:
We still have 3 crew slots available for the Key West Race week, January 13th-20th. This is an exciting week with 9 races in 4 days! We have a competitive crew on board and are looking to sail Ocean Planet fast. Supporting Crew slots are $2000.
For more details, contact: Sandi Wooldridge, firstname.lastname@example.org
(954) 938-0074. Please reference Key West.
Bruce Schwab and the Ocean Planet Foundation would like to thank everyone who has joined as Crew for the East Coast Adventure on Ocean Planet. It is through individual donations, like yours, that keeps Ocean Planet and the Ocean Planet Foundation up and running. It allows the dream to continue…
A special thanks to our crew:
Dave Fish, Kieran O’Carroll, Richard MacKinnon, Lynn Glover, Steve Wherry, Dick Watts, Sylvain Allard, Rick Barry, Pat Leonard, Richard Parent, Ted Fisher, Patrick Nelson, Steve Dodge, Steve McLaughlin, Jonathan Driftwood, Steve St. Jean, Donald Lawson and Helen Babalis.
Bruce Schwab, Skipper