See you at the World Yacht Racing Forum? 20% Discount Code.

Get a FREE Directory of Sailing’s Who’s Who when you register with our exclusive code.

From the 13-14 of December, the Who’s Who of the Yacht Racing and Sailing industry will gather in Estoril, Portugal to discuss the future of the sport and to do deals.

As well as a packed program of discussions, the World Yacht Racing Forum (WYRF) brings together hundreds of decision makers and buyers for yacht racing products and services.

We’ve teamed up with the World Yacht Racing Forum to offer you – the who’s who – 20% off a delegate pass for the conference, plus… the first 10 delegates to register with our special discount code will receive a free Dark Blue Book worth ¬£50.

To save over 150 Euros and get your free directory read on…

 Priority Code for World Yacht Racing Forum 2011

Attend the World Yacht Racing Forum for just 636 Euros.

Use the discount code below to receive a 159 euro discount on the early bird price (795 euros) for the 2011 forum.

Priority Code : YRB167

Register at the following address and input the code to claim your discount.

The first 10 registrations using the code will also get a 2011 Dark Blue Book worth £50.

Yacht Racing Business News Update.

If you haven’t switched over to our new sailing business news portal yet, here are some of the stories that you might have missed in the last couple of weeks.

World Match Racing Tour searches for stars : Sailors on the WMRT will need to show that they can deliver value to the tour and it’s partners, not just be good at sailing. New criteria for Tour Card Holders includes marketability.

Groupama Go Global with their Sponsorship : Groupama is looking to bring together its global operations around the Volvo Ocean Race. The company has invested heavily in the new mono-hull project and is leveraging years of experience with Franck Cammas.

How to Sell Your Product to the Navy : Volvo Ocean Race sponsor Inmarsat talk about how B2B sponsorship activation works and how testing your service in extreme conditions helps positioning.