Happy New Year from your friends at Red Sail Sports!
Here's a New Year's resolution that you can easily
you dive into the new year, be sure to plan
a vacation with Red Sail Sports. Choose your
Grand Cayman or Hawaii - or for those underwater
over-achievers...why not visit all three?!
|News From Red Sail Sports Grand Cayman
2006 DIVE DEALS...Our ever-popular "Dive &
Sail Package"* offers even more savings in 2006.
Rates are as low as $285 for 3 days of diving: a
savings of over $150! Call 877.RED.SAIL toll-free
today and book your package.
The "Dive & Sail Package"
- Daily Two-Tank boat dives (tanks, weights & belt
- A FREE Sunset Sail aboard one of our three 65?
- A 50% Discount OFF one Night Dive
- A Red Sail Sports T-shirt
- A 10% discount on clothing at all Red Sail Sports
- A 20% discount on ONE Video Tape
- Plus all applicable taxes and service charges
*THE SMALL PRINT:
Package must be booked prior to arrival on island and
is not available for purchase in Grand Cayman. Extra
day includes two-tank boat dive. Dives are non-
transferable and do not include dive equipment.
Stingray City dives are not included in the package.
Rates are per person and in U.S. Dollars. Rates are
subject to change so be sure to call our toll-free
reservations line (877-RED-SAIL) to confirm price.
No refunds for unused portions. Dive packages for
certified divers only. Commissions available to
recognized travel partners.
UPDATE...Morritt's Tortuga Resort on the East
End is now open for business after renovations!
Tortgua Divers with Red Sail
Sports looks forward to welcoming back their repeat
|News From Red Sail Sports Hawaii
Our catamaran crew pictured on the right sends their
belated holiday wishes and says, "Mele Kalikimaka to
you and your family. Hurry back so you can sail on
our gorgeous new luxury vessel!"
A NEW CATAMARAN SETS SAIL FOR
HAWAII...RSS Hawaii is pleased to announce
that their new catamaran, the Kaimaka
or ?eyes of
the sea? in Hawaiian, will arrive shortly on the Kohala
Coast. The catamaran was custom-built by Gold
Coast Yachts according to our specifications.
Captain George Pitts along with experienced sailors
John Nommessen and Earl O'Neill
left the harbor in St. Croix on December 8th for their
through the Panama Canal to the shores of The Big
Island. Captain Pitts communicates almost daily with
us via e-mail on a laptop with satellite hook-up.
The red star denotes Kaimaka's position as of today:
Here's Captain Pitts' latest update, "Today has good
heavy o'cast skies with a chance of rain. Making
good time, though, 190 miles again. Starting to keep
a more westerly course today as the current sweeps
us a little to the north. Position:16* 33'N/126* 08'
W. Sailing reefed (translation = sail area reduced)
still making 9+ kph but smoother."
If conditions permit, Captain Pitts expects to arrive
on The Big Island this weekend!
|News From Red Sail Sports Aruba
ARUBA'S A WRECK (AND PROUD OF IT)...
The tropical island of Aruba received 2nd
Place for "Top Wreck Diving" in Scuba Diving
Magazine's Readers Choice Awards.
The Aruba Watersports Association (AWA) assisted in
creating the lastest wreck site. After sitting dormant
at the airport for nearly 15 year's one of Air Aruba's
planes is now "seaborne." AWA
succeeded in making the old YS-11 airplane, "Trupial"
a new dive site for Aruba. This latest piece of Aruban
history is now at the bottom of the sea, located
between Renaissance Island at the Aruba shoreline
and frequently visited by Red Sail Sports dive boats.
Our Employees Shine
Watersports Manager of the Year!
Congratulations to RSS's, Walter Findlay who
received the prestigious 2005 Watersports Manager
of the Year at the Cayman Islands Tourism
Association (CITA) Stingray Tourism Awards. The
award was presented to him by the Hon. Minister
Clifford. The tourism awards program recognizes
employees from different companies for their
extraordinary hard work
and for providing the best service for Cayman Island
New Years Resolution #2 Train for the
Cayman Islands Butterfield International Triathlon
2006! Red Sail Sports was again among the many
of this popular local event and provided various
prizes including logo race caps for participants. Bill
Edwards, our Controller, Ciara Sweeney, our Sales
Person and Paul Lusk, our Corporate CFO all
participated in this year's race. Bill was 4th and Ciara
was 1st in their respective age/sex categories. Paul
divulged where he placed but we hear that he's
already training hard with ambitions to beat both Bill
and Ciara in '06.
The Top 5 Reasons to Visit Red Sail Sports in
- It's been a long time since you've been
eyeball-to-eyeball with a Stingray.
- There's no sand where you live except for in
- The only water that averages 80 degrees is in
- Your skin is A Whiter Shade Of Pale.
- Your dive equipment is feeling neglected.