SUNSAIL CELEBRATES 40 YEARS OF SENSATIONAL SAILING

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In 1974, when the world was in the depths of a recession, the Watergate Scandal forced Nixon to resign, and the Velour Jumpsuit (the original Onesie) was in fashion, a small sailing school embarked on their first Flotilla Holiday. Forty years later, the school, known as Sunsail, is still offering Flotillas and a whole host of other ways to sail from 27 exciting and exotic locations around the world.

Flotilla adventures have always played a key part in what Sunsail offers while 40 years of constantly improving these experiences has allowed us to deliver the best there is. With 23 routes designed around making the most of customers' time on the water, each itinerary takes you to the most incredible islands in the area. We have quite the plan for 2014 bringing together some of the worlds most coveted athletes in both marine and non-marine sports in order to show the world the action-packed ways you can experience a Flotilla!

Sunsail Vacations is dedicated to helping people see the world from a different perspective, we help our customers discover unspoiled locales only reachable by water while having an adventure that will leave you with memories which last forever. To celebrate our 40 years of creating these experiences, for 40 days Sunsail is offering up to 40% off of Yacht Charters and Flotillas. This celebration will run from December 27th until February 4th. The world is out there. What are you waiting for?

Sunsail offers a wide variety of sailing vacations with over 800 yachts in 27 locations worldwide. Alongside Yacht Charter and Flotilla Sailing vacation, Sunsail also offers Beach Clubs, Sailing Schools, Team Building and Events, and Sunsail Racing. Sunsail was founded in 1974 and is a member of the TUI Travel®Group. For more information on sailing vacations, visit www.sunsail.com.

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