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19 May 2009, 09:16 am
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Following the success of the ISAF Cookbook, which raised over £5,000 for youth sailing, the ISAF Guide to the World is being compiled and we're asking for your help in the form of recommendations of special addresses in your city, town or country.
The ISAF Guide to the World, subtitled 'One Sail, One World, Thousand Addresses' is being compiled by Susanna PREDIERI and Kendi KELLETT. In 2007 they produced the ISAF Cookbook, sales of which raised over £5,000 for the World Youth Sailing Trust. This directly resulted in a 25% budget increase for the 2008 Athlete Participation Programme (APP), which provided a record 32 sailors with funding support to attend the 2008 Volvo Youth Sailing ISAF World Championship.

Kendi KELLETT explains the aim behind the new book, "Taking advantage of the international spirit of ISAF membership, we are sure that there are special addresses in your city, town or country. Or perhaps there is a special place that you have discovered during a journey that you would like to share with us. We are sure that all your suggestions and experience will enrich our new project.

"The project will raise funds to support ISAF Youth Sailing and give young people the opportunity to participate in the great sport of sailing that we often take for granted."

To make your contribution please go to www.sailing.org/bestplaces or click on the link below.

Click here to make your contribution to the 'ISAF Guide to the World'.

The ISAF Guide to the World will be available to order at the 2009 ISAF Annual Conference in Korea and via the ISAF website www.sailing.org.

Copies of the ISAF Cookbook are still available to order from www.sailing.org/publications.

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