"PHOTO SAILS" US Patent No. 6,622,648 and 23 Other Patents Pending Worldwide, is the Future of Sailing Sponsorship. Our 300 dpi Sail Imaging Process is Visually Hypnotic

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"PHOTO SAILS" Brings in the Sales. Latest sail technology launches exclusive product cotracts for "NASBOATS.com" marketing event Nov. 05'

(National Association Sailing Boats Organization Acquisitioning Targeted Sponsorship). Finally, sponsors are going to get what they have coming. Their money's worth. Gone are the days of little logos on white sails. All vessels in this new racing series will adorn the 2 million color 300 dpi PHOTO SAILS. Utilizing multiple very fast catamarans capable of sailing in shallow water allows us to create the ultimate spectator sailing series.

Thousands of distributors, VIPs, customers, contest winners, general public and not-for-profit organizations will be offered free rides. This is a closed class. The only participants are Corporations with a one year contract with Sea Seekers for this specific program. No more than 43 spots are being offered to corporate interests with product exclusive contracts available.

Sea Seekers is creating an Escrow Account for acquiring sponsors for the 2005-2006 NASBOATS season. 20 cities, 43 vessels and publicity galore. All we need to add is water and that's the easy part. Carefully planning the media coverage, logistical information, coordination, and execution of events will all be handled by Sea Seekers Sailing Inc. All US Coast Guard licensed crews are hired by our operations office. Due to logistical necessities, Sea Seekers retains all rights for organizing, hiring, scheduling, insurance, dockage, catering, travel etc. Contact us for the access pass code to our rates, plans and vision for this muti-faceted sport- oriented media property.

PHOTO SAILS is in the market for a 50 passenger Tall Ship. This Flagship will be the center piece of NASBOATS. The sails of this ship will be imaged with all the sponsor's logos. All crew and logistical employees will call this floating advertisement home for the duration of the US leg. This vessel will help coordinate all crew activities along with marker and judge boats. Race vessels will be delivered to each venue by truck containers. The crew of each catamaran will engage in activities, maintenance and crewing of this tall ship.

To submit your tall ship for evaluation for one year contract send specs and rates to

The Hobie Tiger will be the featured vessel utilized by NASBOATS. This fast light and durable catamaran offers the perfect vehicle for this spectator sport. All NASBOATS requires is a public beach to launch from and a safe anchorage for the Flagship Tall Ship. What we have created is a self contained event capable of performing anywhere there is 3 feet of water and a beach. This vessel will offer the public the ultimate thrill ride on a perfectly engineered vehicle that is Hobie's signature of quality.


A high performance import from Hobie U.S.A.'s Sister company, Hobie Cat Europe. The Hobie Tiger has become one of the most exciting and fastest growing catamaran one-design racing fleets in the world.

The Tiger is raced with a crew of two and a spinnaker for down-wind performance. Designed to conform to Formula 18 racing rules, the Hobie Tiger is an ISAF recognized class. It's fittings, hull design and sail shape are the results of the latest developments in sailing technology.

2004 Winner, Round Texel

2004 Top Two, North American F18 Championships

2004 Top Four, F18 World Championships

Race courses will be set up at each location to maximize spectator visibility. Three feet of water is all that is needed so sailing in the surf will be common. This design should accommodate any wind angle and still give the public a good show. Laps to finish will be determined by wind and surf speed and conditions. Judges will be in support vessels and on land. Event staging area will be marked with tents for distributorship showcase and vending. The Flagship will be anchored in middle of the event with safety boats on standby.

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