Offshore Sailing School offers holiday deals

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Offshore Sailing School is joining with industry partners to offer three holiday giving opportunities.

"We are joined by two prominent industry partners to build excitement for adventurers who like to learn on vacation getaways," said Doris Colgate, CEO and president of Offshore Sailing School, in a statement. "And taking a course this December allows everyone to take advantage of multiple sailing incentives."

The first is a "Gift of Sailing Bonus," in which the first 20 families or couples who book a December Florida vacation receive a box of sailing gear from Gill.

Second is a "Win a Sailboat" contest in which everyone who takes a Learn to Sail or cruising course between Nov. 1, 2010, and May 31, 2011, is eligible for a chance to win a new sailboat with trailer, donated by Hunter Marine, valued at $7,615.

The school also is offering holiday gift certificates. Until Dec. 15, as many as two $300 gift certificates can be purchased for $200 each.

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