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Fri, 13 Sep 2019

Dream Yacht Charter Partners Nautilus Sailing Schools

Dream Yacht Charter has partnered with Nautilus Sailing Schools.

The partnership will allow Dream Yacht Charter to offer Nautilus Sailing School courses to its clients at any of the charter companys locations around the world.

These Learn to Sail all-inclusive vacations will include the boat, the food, instructor travel, training materials and recommendations, such as shuttles, hotels and local attractions.

Fun in the sun during the Top of the Gulf Regatta 2019 in Pattaya, Thailand. Picture by Steven Howard of Click to enlarge.

Tim Geisler, Lead Instructor of Nautilus Sailing, said, "We are incredibly excited to be named Dream Yacht Charters official American Sailing Association school. In the last 5 years we have worked together to offer award-winning, live-aboard sailing courses with their fleet. This new partnership has a huge amount of potential as we pave the way for many to embark on their sailing adventures."

"Learning to sail should be a blast," Tim added "and the Nautilus Sailing and Dream Yacht Charter partnership is the perfect combination of skilled instructors, beautiful locations, and fabulous boats to make it happen."

Loc Bonnet, founder of Dream Yacht Charter, said, This partnership with Nautilus is another step towards bringing the experience of boating to all and means customers will have more control on their learn to sail adventure. This is a first in the charter industry to allow all-inclusive private sailing instruction in the destination of the clients choice.

See also: Sailing: Pictures from Cape Panwa Hotel Phuket Raceweek 2019, Sailing: Pictures from Top of the Gulf Regatta 2019 in Pattaya, Thailand and Ray Roberts to Open Sailing Schools in Thailand - Exclusive Video Interview.

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