Yacht Racing Forum announces partnership with SEAir

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An expert in technological developments for sailing boats, especially foils, the Britanny based company will showcase its products and share ideas and knowledge with the delegates from the 10th Yacht Racing Forum in Aarhus, Denmark, on November 27-28.

The Yacht Racing Forum is pleased to announce a two years partnership with SEAir, an innovative company that focuses on the latest technologies including foils. Established in Lorient (Britanny), SEAir is a key player in the nautical world, using its expertise to make boats fly. SEAir’s flying Mini has - amongst other successful achievements - made a strong impact and obtained a worldwide audience.

« The concept of foils is a hundred years old; however, its use has been democratized over the past few years », says Richard Forest, co-founder and manager, SEAir. « Thanks to the advance of our innovations, and their high potential prospects, we are convinced that foils are the nautical revolution of the coming years. »

SEAir will exhibit its latest developments during the next Yacht Racing Forum, and actively participate in the panel discussion dedicated to foils, in the Design & Technology Symposium.

The Yacht Racing Forum 2017 will take place on November 27-28 in Aarhus, Denmark, six months prior to World Sailing’s World Championships. The leading annual conference for the business of sailing and yacht racing will once again reassemble the sports key personalities, events, sailing classes, clubs or sponsors. It will be the tenth edition of the event.

For more information and registration: www.yachtracingforum.com www.seair.fr

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    Eddy Lekens, Ice for his sailing friends, started sailing at the age of 9 and soon started racing with keelboats with his parents. He is the founder and owner of ClubRacer, one of Europe's most popular sailing websites. Eddy Lekens was in 2004 awarded for "best offshore sailor of The Netherlands" for his results with the Audi sailing team. His other passion away from sailing is being a omnichannel ecommerce consultant.

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