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Happy new year!!

Posted on 31 December 2009 by Valencia Sailing

I would like to wish all our readers a happy and prosperous new year. I hope 2010 turns out to be less difficult than 2009 for the sport of sailing and just like we did in the previous 5 years we’ll try to cover all major sailing events to the best of our possibilities, starting from the 33rd America’s Cup, right here in our own backyard.

The holiday break will be very short lived since January promises to be a VERY busy month in the world’s sailing capital.

5 Comments For This Post

  1. WetHog Says:

    Happy New Year to you are yours as well Mr. Pierre. And yes don't take a long break. It would appear something very interesting to all of us will be dropped off in your neighborhood very soon.

  2. Anonymous Says:

    HAPPY NEW YEAR TO YOU AS WELL MR. PIERRE. YOUR FANS FROM GREECE SALUTE YOU.

  3. Anonymous Says:

    Happy New Year to you!

  4. Anonymous Says:

    The world's sailing capital has always been Newport, RI…and it always will be When we see in Valemcia as many sailing boats as you can see in the Narraganset Bay on any given day, then we can think about changing titles. Meanwhile…HAPPY NEW YEAR! and thank you for your work!

  5. Juerg Kaufmann Says:

    Pierre happy new year…
    Looking forward to work with you also in 2010
    Jürg

    PS: World capital of sailing..does it really matter….important is that we all have enough work in this business to feed our families and that we can enjoy it

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Happy new year!!

Posted on 31 December 2009 by Valencia Sailing

I would like to wish all our readers a happy and prosperous new year. I hope 2010 turns out to be less difficult than 2009 for the sport of sailing and just like we did in the previous 5 years we’ll try to cover all major sailing events to the best of our possibilities, starting from the 33rd America’s Cup, right here in our own backyard.

The holiday break will be very short lived since January promises to be a VERY busy month in the world’s sailing capital.

10 Comments For This Post

  1. WetHog Says:

    Happy New Year to you are yours as well Mr. Pierre. And yes don't take a long break. It would appear something very interesting to all of us will be dropped off in your neighborhood very soon.

  2. Anonymous Says:

    HAPPY NEW YEAR TO YOU AS WELL MR. PIERRE. YOUR FANS FROM GREECE SALUTE YOU.

  3. Anonymous Says:

    Happy New Year to you!

  4. Anonymous Says:

    The world's sailing capital has always been Newport, RI…and it always will be When we see in Valemcia as many sailing boats as you can see in the Narraganset Bay on any given day, then we can think about changing titles. Meanwhile…HAPPY NEW YEAR! and thank you for your work!

  5. Juerg Kaufmann Says:

    Pierre happy new year…
    Looking forward to work with you also in 2010
    Jürg

    PS: World capital of sailing..does it really matter….important is that we all have enough work in this business to feed our families and that we can enjoy it

  6. WetHog Says:

    Happy New Year to you are yours as well Mr. Pierre. And yes don't take a long break. It would appear something very interesting to all of us will be dropped off in your neighborhood very soon.

  7. Anonymous Says:

    HAPPY NEW YEAR TO YOU AS WELL MR. PIERRE. YOUR FANS FROM GREECE SALUTE YOU.

  8. Anonymous Says:

    Happy New Year to you!

  9. Anonymous Says:

    The world's sailing capital has always been Newport, RI…and it always will be When we see in Valemcia as many sailing boats as you can see in the Narraganset Bay on any given day, then we can think about changing titles. Meanwhile…HAPPY NEW YEAR! and thank you for your work!

  10. Juerg Kaufmann Says:

    Pierre happy new year…
    Looking forward to work with you also in 2010
    Jürg

    PS: World capital of sailing..does it really matter….important is that we all have enough work in this business to feed our families and that we can enjoy it

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