Sustainability comes to the 6th Caribbean Multihull Challenge

Sustainability comes to the 6th Caribbean Multihull Challenge

SIMPSON BAY--TradeWinds Experience and the Caribbean Multihull Challenge Race & Rally are joining forces.

TradeWinds will introduce it’s new Fontaine Pajot 59’ TWe6 Smart Electric Yacht–Aurora at the St. Maarten Yacht Club’s running of the sixth Caribbean Multihull Challenge. Aurorais powered by hydro, solar, and wind is state of the art sustainable. With 5 cabins, ensuite heads, and entertaining space everywhere, she is built for her guests to enjoy luxury in the Caribbean. To highlight the kick-off--and further celebrate their 25thanniversary; TradeWinds–founded in St. Maarten --is supporting the marine environmental work of both the Caribbean Cetacean Society and CLEAR Caribbean. Through the generosity of the CMC and TradeWinds marine mammal protection and coral reef restoration activities in the Caribbean will benefit from a campaign to raise funds and build awareness for both these enterprises. Sailors, guests, and visitors to the St. Maarten Yacht Club during the CMC’s 5-day program -January 31 to February 4, will get an opportunity to see Aurora and meet with CSS, CLEAR, and TradeWinds representatives to learn more about each one’s actions to maintain the health of our oceans. The CMC is introducing a commemorative dry wicking polo from Magic Marine embroidered with the brilliant event logo. Ten percent of the total sales of the polo will be donated 50/50 to CSS and CLEAR.

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