“What a surprise! Of all the prizes you had on offer, the one to the Cook Islands is the one we liked the most … but we never thought we might actually win it!” said Stephen.
“We’ve been married for almost 30 years, and Club Marine is celebrating its 30th anniversary – that’s such a nice coincidence. And I’m nearing my 60th, but have never really won anything significant, so I’m very, very happy!”
The Cook Islands are one of the most idyllic island destinations in the Pacific. Whether you’re into fishing, diving, sailing, cruising, exploring, or just lazing under palm trees, the Cooks can cater to just about any interest or activity.
The Cordingleys will soon be sipping cocktails at The Edgewater Resort and Spa on Rarotonga’s Tamanu Beach, followed by a stay at Casual Luxury Resort at Aitutaki lagoon. Between romantic sunsets and strolls on sun-drenched beaches, they’ll enjoy some superb fishing aboard Fishing
Getaway’s professional fishing charters.
“Thank you Club Marine – we’re really looking forward to this amazing holiday!”
And as Club Marine’s 30th Birthday Bonanza
draws to a close with the 30.6 December/January edition, we’d like to remind everyone that for a chance to win the last holiday up for grabs, or the last Sea-Doo Spark, or even one of the last five cases of quality wines from Laithwaite’s Wine People, you just need a subscription to Club Marine
at the time of the draw (terms and conditions here
In this final edition of Club Marine’s 30th Birthday Bonanza
, we travel to New Caledonia for a five-night sailing holiday for two aboard a luxurious Dream Yacht Charter catamaran. Read the feature article in Club Marine
December/January edition, or find more information here
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