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Crewing To Win by Saskia Clark
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Sail-World.com Australia Survey – LAST CHANCE to take part and win!

by Sarah Heron, Sail-World.com 29 Jan 23:00 GMT
Enter our 2018 survey and you could win one of two sets of the latest sailing kit thanks to our partner, Musto © Musto

Enter our survey and you could win one of two sets of the latest sailing kit thanks to our partner, Musto.

At Sail-World.com we are passionate about participation and we'd love to find out more about how you sail, what and when you sail and what inspires you to get out on the water. Our survey takes about 5 minutes to complete and will help us find create even more great content for our readers.

This year we have teamed up with Musto who are offering two lucky readers the chance to win some of their top-of-the-range sailing kit so don't forget to enter your email address at the end of the survey.

One lucky winner will receive Musto's MPX Pro Coastal Jacket and Trouser, a package worth AUD$1480 from the Musto MPX Pro Coastal range. The set is an outstandingly comfortable and protective design, specifically made for the coastal sailor. The MPX Pro Coastal Jacket and Pants feature a resiliently waterproof 3-layer GORE-TEX® PRO fabric for superior protection in the most extreme weather conditions. A 2-way zip-secured double storm flap, hood with a stiffened peak and integrated drainage channels safeguard you against rain and spray, while the MPX GORE-TEX® Pro Coastal Trouser supplies outstanding waterproof and windproof protection, even when exposed to the most extreme conditions over a prolonged period.

The second winner will scoop Musto's eco-friendly Thermo Flexlite Alumin Top and Pant (combined value of AUD $640) The Musto Flextlite Alumin range is made from a limestone based, petrochemical-free neoprene that is 15-20% lighter than others on the market despite having an additional layer. Top and pants boast highly-engineered 2mm stretch neoprene construction and a 4-way stretch backer, combining freedom of movement with superior insulation. The elimination of underarm seams and ergonomic seaming ensures that this top offers a remarkable level of comfort over prolonged periods of wear.

Many thanks for taking the time to complete the survey and best of luck!

Complete the survey at www.surveymonkey.com/r/ZC8WDZH

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