Seahorse International Sailing magazine and World Regattas have teamed up with Transpac 09 to introduce Transpac Trivia to www.TranspacRace.com, the official website of the 2009 Transpacific Yacht Race.
With over 100 years of Transpac history, 1,700 starters in Transpac 44 races, there is enough Transpac trivia to keep sailors talking wherever they are - at Transpac Pier in Rainbow Harbor, at their computers while tracking the race, on the rail or at the helm during the 2,225 nautical mile race stretching from Long Beach, California to Honolulu, Hawaii.
Stay tuned to Transpac ’09 over the next month. Go to www.TranspacRace.com to find the latest Tranpac Trivia question. Submit the correct answer and become eligible for a free 6-month subscription of Seahorse International Sailing magazine, the essential read of every serious yachtsman and marine industry personality.
All those who submit correct answers to any of the Transpac Trivia questions that will be posted from now through the final awards presentation on July 17, 2009 will be eligible for the grand prize drawing for a free 3-year subscription of Seahorse International Sailing magazine.
Prizes will be awarded multiple times each week, so be sure to click on www.TranspacRace.com everyday for news updates and the latest Transpac Trivia question.
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