If someone asked you if you fancied swapping Southsea’s shingle beach for the pink sands and turquoise seas of Bermuda, would you say yes?
If so, a competition being held by the 1851 Trust, based at the home of Ben Ainslie Racing in Portsmouth, could be your ticket to an America’s Cup themed getaway for you and a friend!
The contest will see one lucky winner and a guest stay in Bermuda for five days in order to take in the final stage of the year in the America’s Cup World Series, which runs from October 16 to October 18. The winner will stay at the award-winning Reefs Hotel and Club and enjoy the best the island has to offer all the while.
The contest is open to all legal residents of the United Kingdom that are at least 18-years-old. For more information and a look at the rules of the contest, please click here.
To enter the draw, text ‘Bermuda’ to 70660 for the cost of a £2 donation to the trust. Entries must be received by Friday, July 31, 2015.
If you’re an American who dreams of paying our pink sands a visit, simply subscribe to Triathlete Magazine or sign up for their e-mail newsletter and you’ll be entered to win a trip for two to our stunning shores, which played host to this year’s Triathlete magazine swimsuit shoot.
In all, the prize includes airfare up to $500 per person, a three-night hotel stay at Grotto Bay Beach Resort, and a cliff jumping experience for two.
The contest is open to all United States residents who are at least 21-years-old; entries must be received by 11.59pm PST on July 31, 2015 to be eligible to win. For more information and a look at the rules of the contest, please click here.
Click here to enter the Triathlete Magazine contest.
For residents of Canada, don’t panic — there is a contest open to you as well – as the ‘Selfie Yourself to Bermuda’ contest also offers you the chance to pay us a visit with no costs attached; click here to learn more.
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