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22 March 2007, 12:48 pm
Centenary Flag Flying In The Cayman Islands
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ISAF Centenary - 1907-2007

The Cayman Islands Sailing Club, ISAF Member National Authority (MNA) for the Cayman Islands, had the ISAF Centenary Flag on display at the recent Sports at Government House event, attended by HRH Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex.
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Sports at Government House was hosted by the Governor of the Cayman Islands, Stuart JACK, and open to everyone, with a particular focus on children and youth. The aim of the event was to showcase the range of sports on the islands, with the Cayman Islands Sailing Club representing sailing and promoting the ISAF Centenary.

ISAF Centenary Flag

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CLICK HERE to take a look at some of the places the Centenary Flag has already visited.

ISAF Centenary

Formed in 1907, ISAF will be celebrating its 100th Anniversary throughout 2007.

Amongst the highlights of ISAF Centenary celebrations will the 2007 ISAF Sailing World Championships and the Sail the World Weekend from 1-2 September. ISAF will also be publishing a 100 Years of Sailing commemorative book and launching the ISAF Sailing Hall of Fame.

Every ISAF event throughout 2007 will be an integral part of the Centenary celebrations. Whether a local regatta, or a World Championship event, everyone counts. ISAF would like your event to remember what a special year it is, so welcomes everyone to use the specially commissioned Centenary logo.

Find out more on about the calendar of Centennial Celebrations, relive our Highlights from 100 Years of Sailing and keep up to date with the latest news on the Centenary Celebrations at

ISAF. Image, The ISAF Centenary Flag flying high:© Cayman Islands Sailing Club
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