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Welcome Sailors, Supporters, Sponsors and friends at the 13th Cape Panwa Hotel Phuket Raceweek, 20th – 24th July 2016.
Our Title and Host Sponsors Cape Panwa Hotel and Kantary Bay Hotel are ready and looking forward to hosting you again in July. Please take the time to look around our website, the navigation buttons are up there in orange, follow our latest news below, use the site and please support our social profiles and “like”, “tweet”, “follow”, and “pin”, whenever you can. We are delighted with the entries to date and accommodation is filling up, so if you need a room get in touch ASAP, our team are only a phone call or email away and all the contact details are here. Looking forward to welcoming you all in July. Byron Jones, Organiser Cape Panwa Hotel Phuket Raceweek 2016.
- Rio 2016 Sailing Olympics - Rio 2016, taking a look at how to follow the sailing events at the 2016 Rio Olympics Rio 2016 and the 380 sailing athletes competing at the 2016 Rio Olympics, a medal symbolises more than their skills; it is a reflection of the single-minded, obsessive nature that is required to embrace a lifestyle that has sport at its centre, 24 hours a day, seven days a week for years, sometimes decades at a stretch. The racing conditions in Rio can be unpredictable, so we can expect the sailing competition at the Rio Olympics to have numerous twists and turns. In […]
- Caption Competition winner - We are delighted to announce the 2016 Caption Competition winner from the 2016 Cape Panwa Hotel Phuket Raceweek. The responses were somewhat staggering and the organisers have decided to run another competition on the lead up to the 2017 announcing the winner at the Saturday Night awards party. Caption Competition Entries: Here are a just few of the Caption Competition entries; “Oh! No! Mum forgot to pack my play lunch!” What do you mean we ran out of beer? What going on? I told you to bring the toilet paper So headache! Oh Fvck! Oh mine.. I need some […]
- Challenging conditions CPHPRW 2016 - What looked promising earlier in the week, and indeed this morning, never materialised. Weather forecasters were expecting the best breeze of the week to be on the final day of the regatta but, as Mr. Sod knows, things don’t always go to plan. After three days of challenging conditions and tough racing, the sailors were looking for a final day bang, however, PRO Simon James and team left the sailors onshore as they headed off in search for wind, which turned into a search for the proverbial needle in a haystack. It was never found. While the sailors enjoyed the […]