have arrived at yet another milestone...
Our 10th Anniversary
The 10th PC Classic: Singapore takes the open title
by Peter Cummins
Photo : Brendan Richards, Tony Malhotra,
Scott McCook and Alice Lim came up from the Island Republic
to take the Open Multi-hull title in the 2004 Pattaya Mail PC Classic Royal
Cliff Beach Resort International Regatta, sailed off the Royal Varuna Yacht Club
last Saturday. Scott, racing a Taipan 4.9 borrowed from Viroj Nualkair, beat
Varuna sailor Alberto Cassio, turning in a great performance on his solo sailer,
the Nacra 16 Sq., with Bob Garner, single-handed on his Taipan 4.9 uni, close in
Dr. Herbert Traxl receives the token of gratitude from Peter Cummins and Panga
Vathanaul on behalf of Brian Sinclair-Thompson Manager of Swiss International
Last year’s multi-hull champion, Jouke Postma whose
erstwhile crew from 2003, Kai, deserted the family Nacra 17 and raced a Laser
Radial, leaving Jouke solo - and at the bottom of the leader board - on the
demanding Nacra 17 uni spin.
joint winners Scott McCook (left) from Singapore, Open Multihull Champion and
Christian Wiedmann (right) Monohull Champion receive the perpetual PC Classic
trophy from Peter Cummins (2nd
left) and Pisit Boonchuang Deputy Governor of Chonburi province.
Race officer supremo, Richard van den Heuvel checked out the
conditions and said there would be two races - and, of course, there were. The
wind-god Varune, the nemesis of Royal Varuna, was certainly smiling benevolently
on the event, as well. The day before, Pattaya was deluged under half a metre of
left) and his crew receive the winning trophy in the Keelboat category.
In the Hobie Cat 16 Division, Royal Varuna Flag Commodore
Robert England/Shila Macrae won the event after a count-back with equally-placed
Markus/Christian Forster. Simon/Bronnie Carey were third.
McCook and Alice Lim receive their individual team trophies in the Open
The Laser Division, always competitive and closely fought,
saw Christian Wiedmann, recently - and happily - returned to the Kingdom, have
an easy win from Philippe Narbonne, with Siri Chandler, sailing the
smaller-rigged Laser Radial, in deference to the weather, third, just ahead of
last year’s champion, Marcel Dubbelman, Antoine de Cuyper, Ben Chandler and
Charlie Zbinden, fourth to seventh, respectively.
England commodore of the RVYC receives the winning trophy in the Hobie Cat 16
Class along with his crew Shila.
A keel-boat fleet raced up from the Ocean Marina, adding
excitement, colour and flair to the Regatta, with a number of Varunians at the
helms: Alex Skaria, winning their racing on his Platu, and Gary Baguley driving
the “Magic Roundabout”.
Also sailing up from the Ocean Marina was the magnificent
100-year-old two-masted schooner, the “Seraph” which added a truly nautical
dimension, anchored just outside the course.
Panga Vathanakul MD of the Royal Cliff Beach Resort and Chairperson of the
Organising Committee of the PC Classic makes her welcoming address.
but not least, were the juniors. The fleet was decimated when many of the Varuna
sailors went to Sattahip to contest the Optimist Nationals. Nevertheless, there
were some hardy youngsters at Varuna, with more than 10 who braved the elements
and sailed out to Richard’s committee boat - loaned for the day, courtesy of
the Royal Cliff - anchored mid-stream, to sail in the regatta.
Rubin de Bruin was the ‘hardiest’, winning from Quentin
de Cuyper, Dominik Lehmann and Jeanne Osmers.
The 10th sailing of the Pattaya Mail PC Classic Royal Cliff
Beach Resort International Regatta featured some 50 craft in four divisions,
from the awesome Nacra 5.8 down to the tiny Optimists.
Fortunately, the regatta day, apart from a few mid-day
skirmishes with southern fronts moving in, was clear and challenging, with a
moderate-to-strong southerly and a ferocious in-coming tide.
And, whether it was hard sailing or not, the incoming sailors
were met by a splendidly-outfitted school band and a food and beverage spread at
the seafront, courtesy of the Royal Cliff.
year, the strong winds, big waves and a counter tide created a lot of excitement
for sailors and spectators alike.
The day was made even more enjoyable by the presence of H.E.
Pisit Khetphasook, governor of Chonburi Province and H.E. Herbert Traxl, the
Austrian ambassador to Thailand, who revelled in the beautiful waterfront of
H.E. Pisit, awed by the marvellous spectacle just out there
on the Gulf, noted that “The annual PC Classic yacht race is a great example
of environmentally-friendly pursuits. Supported by the award-winning five star
hotel, the Royal Cliff Beach Resort, the best English-language newspaper on the
Eastern Seaboard, the Pattaya Mail and many sponsors from both the public
and private sectors, the event does much for Pattaya, Chonburi Province and, by
extension, all of Thailand”, the governor concluded.
den Heuvel the Principal race Officer, briefs the regatta participants.
The PC Classic: genesis of a yacht race
The PC Classic is held each year to honour Royal Varuna’s
10th Flag Commodore (1979-1980), Peter Cummins, who turned 60 at the inaugural
event held in 1995 at which the Club awarded him with honorary life membership.
Austrian Ambassador congratulates the Pattaya School marching band for their
The Varuna membership threw a great party for the old lad and
there was a ‘very modest’ yacht race to commemorate the event. The key word
here is ‘modest’, which, in the context, was most appropriate for, at his
farewell after 32 years of United Nations service on March 26 1995, his close
colleague addressed the group gathered to send off the fellow, saying, “Peter
has been - and still is - a ‘very modest’ man; and, by goodness, he has a
lot to be ‘modest’ about!”
medical team from the Pattaya International Hospital was on standby for any
incidents that could have occurred throughout the regatta.
Furthermore, nine years down the line from that day in the
UN, some are still not sure whether he has left or not!
In 2001, after working as a special correspondent for the Pattaya
Mail and free-lance photo-journalist for Bangkok Post and many other
local and regional publications, Peter was approached by the managing director
of the Pattaya Mail Publishing Company, Pratheep “Peter” Malhotra to sponsor
Dr. Herbert Traxl, Khun Panga Vathanakul and Chanyuth Hengtrakul, advisor to the
Minister of Tourism and ports enjoy the evening programme together.
The Pattaya Mail had already done much to support
yachting and other marine-related activities which were considered most
environmentally-friendly and a panacea for the destruction which had been
wrought upon the city and environs by mindless and un-planned development.
Joining forces with the Royal Cliff Beach Resort, sharing a
like-minded - and award-winning - approach to healing Pattaya’s ills, the PC
Classic took a quantum leap forward and has been in the fast-forward mode each
year since, especially this latest.
This year, their fourth joint venture, in co-operation with
the Royal Varuna Yacht Club and the legion of sponsors who supported the event,
is dedicated to the celebration of Her Majesty the Queen’s sixth cycle,
To honour Her Majesty, all proceeds from the Regatta have
been donated to charities supporting the less fortunate members of our society,
under the auspices of the Rotary Club of Jomtien-Pattaya.
The recipients, as well as the winners of the 200 lucky-door prizes garnered
for the splendid Charity Gala Awards Dinner held pool-side at the Royal Cliff
Beach Resort, will be announced through the pages of the Pattaya Mail and
Full Results, 2004 PC CLASSIC (Type of craft,
1. Scott McCook/Alice Lim (Taipan 4.9, two points); 2. Alberto
Cassio (Nacra 16 Sq., four points); 3. Bob Garner (Taipan 4.9
uni, six points); 4. Yves Bluin/Rene (Nacra 5.8, 10 points); 5.
Olaf Reese (Nacra 16 Sq, 12); 6. Jan de Bruin (Nacra 17 uni,
spin, 14); 7. Jens Huhn (Taipan 4.9 uni, 16); 8. Jan Haldorff
(Nacra 14 Sq, 16); 9. Andrew Connelly/Mark Taylor (Nacra 5.8,
17); 10. Aroon/Kitsada (Nacra 5.8, 19); 11. Jouke Postma (Nacra
17 uni, spin, 21); 12. Tom Robbins (Nacra 5.5 uni, 25).
Hobie Cat 16:
1. Robert England/Shila Macrae (three points); 2.
Markus/Christian Forster (three points); 3. Simon/Bronny Carey
(six points); 4. Hans Wiedmann/David (10); 5. Rolf Lehmann/Marc
1. Christian Wiedmann (three points); 2. Phillippe Narbonne
(six points); 3. Siri Chandler (Laser Radial, seven points); 4.
Marcel Dubbelman (11); 5. Antoine de Cuyper (Laser 4.7, 16); 6.
Ben Chandler (18); 7. Charlie Zbinden (19); 8. U. Thiha (21);
9. Ute Dorfner (Laser 4.7, 23); 10. Colin Wray (24); 11. Bird
Bhanubandh (25); 12. Richard Warren (26); 13. Peter Harper
(27); 14. Kai Postma (Laser 4.7, 30).
1. Rubin de Bruin (one point); 2. Quentin de Cuyper (two
points); 3. Dominik Lehmann (three points); 4. Jeanne Osmers
The Kasemsook Movement
Kasemsook Movement proved to be the highlight of the evening
and will remain in the hearts and minds of the guests for a
long time to come.
The pool-side charity awards
gala awards dinner was an outstanding success and, again, the
rain held off and a feature of the evening was the Kasemsook
Movement meaning, literally, “Happiness Movement” - for
better health and mind, performed by more than 200 beautiful
children from Pattaya Schools 7 and 8.
movement was created to adjust the balance of the body system
by enhancing blood circulation, so as to help dissipate any
left over lactic acid, which causes exhaustion.
The movements derive from
classical Thai dancing, tai-chi and Kasemsook’s Bhamornsatit
(Pa Sai) own imagination. This movement is now an integral part
of her “Body & Mind Solution” course taught in many
schools in Thailand. Everyone can practise these movements
either alone or groups.
Kasemsook organized the
Mathura Foundation and it was Wannapa Wannasri and Alvi
Sinthuvanik, working with regatta manager, Pratheep “Peter”
Malhotra, who brought the children to perform at the regatta
from the Pattaya schools number 7 and 8 demonstrate the
Kasemsook Movement to perfection.
The Kasemsook Movement is set
to music, which is divided into movement and mediation. The
exercise incorporates 10 continuous body movements and simple
meditation for a total period of 12 minutes.
The session ends with
everyone sitting on the floor as Pa Sai wills the children into
deep meditation through music appreciation, gently speaking to
the children throughout, soothing them with her soft words and
pulling them back into the path of serenity and calm.
Wannasri (left) and Peter Malhotra (right) invite the guests to
share the joy of the celebrations for their Majesties the King
and Queen of Thailand.
Pa Sai was appointed the
educational consultant for the schools in Pattaya where the
Kasemsook Movement has now been adopted as an integral part of
the ‘Happiness Camp’ and ‘Happiness from teachers to
students’ and the ‘Social Skills Enhancement’ training
programs. The Rotary Club of Jomtien-Pattaya has also adopted
and supported this youth programme since 2000.
Peter and Wannapa explained
the movements to an enthralled audience at the gala. It was
beautifully performed and it added much to the enjoyment of a
See you in 2005, for the Eleventh PC Classic.
The longest named regatta in the world
By Dr. Iain
I do not believe in puff-power anythings.
After all, the Industrial Revolution was waged so that we would
no longer be at the beck and call of the elements. The whims of
the winds are not to be trusted.
Chandrasiri (right) receives the award of appreciation on
behalf of Ambrose Wines Ltd.
For those who have yet to be convinced, I
once went up in a sailplane, a glider. While the proponents of
this sport mention the heady joys of soaring in the clouds, it
is not all that heady, nor is it truly without apparent
mechanical support. First off, to get up there you have to be
dragged up by a much-engined plane, that drops your string at
around 10,000 feet. From there, you soar gracefully upwards.
Like Hell! From there, gravity will not be denied and you sink
earthwards as a cleverly contrived controlled crash on terra
charming Raine Grady, TV personality and MD of Capital TV is
also thanked for their support of the PC Classic.
Likewise, puff-powered yachts, which I have
tried twice, just in case the first time was a one-off rogue
wind. It was in Fiji when I first ventured out and hired a
Laser, I believe it was called (using real money, not coconut
shells). Anyway, it had two hull things and some canvas
stretched between them, a sail and a rudder. “I could get to
like this sailing jag,” I said, as we sped away from the
beach, the wind behind us, and the horizon in front. It felt
like at least 40 knots.
Panga and PC present a token of appreciation to Khun Thaweesak
Chamnankij, National Sales & Training Manager of Bartercard
After a period of time, during which I felt
that as Fiji was receding, and Australia was the next port of
call, it was time to turn round. With a display of helmsmanship
that Magellan would have been proud of, I swung the rudder so
that we pointed the sharp ends at the receding Fiji beach.
However, with the wind now blowing at us, we continued towards
Australia, but in reverse. I hailed a passing motorboat, and
after more clamshells passing hands we were towed back to the
beach. Engines one - puff power zero.
Dr. Herbert Traxl, the Austrian Ambassador to Thailand presents
the Swiss International Air Lines ticket to Khun Thamanan
Petchnin who accepted it on behalf of Ms.
Warai Kanchanatru who held the winning ticket.
The second time was a fully fledged ocean
racing yacht. This was in Gibraltar and I was the guest of the
Commodore of the Royal Gibraltar Yacht Club. I accepted,
thinking this would be a wonderful champagne soggy afternoon
cruise. The only soggy part of the afternoon was me, after I
fell overboard, and then had to wait for them to round several
buoys before they threw me a rope on the return leg. I
transferred to a waiting motor launch for pumping out and
alcoholic resuscitation. That was the end. Engines two - puff
Panga Vathanakul MD of the Royal Cliff Beach Resort and
Chairperson of the Organising Committee of the PC Classic
presents a token of appreciation to Walter Meyer the Founder
and Charter Commodore of the Royal Varuna Yacht.Club.
So what has all that got to do with the 10th
Pattaya Mail PC Classic Royal Cliff Beach Resort International
Regatta, which has to be the longest name in the world after
some railway station in Wales? Everything actually. It just
shows my approach to puff-power sailing events, irrespective of
whether they are international or restricted to indigenous
beavers. The fact that I had also managed to fracture two toes
on an errant 300 kg desk in the Amari Watergate Hotel in
Bangkok two days prior just added to my demeanor. (I warned you
I was not letting you get away with it, Pierre Andre Pelletier,
even if the desk has been there for the past two decades. You
should be aware that some guests are terminally clumsy. Like
Singh GM of LCB Terminal 1 is sincerely thanked for his ongoing
support of the PC Classic Regatta and the related charities
through the Rotary Club of Jomtien-Pattaya.
With all that behind me, the family Mira was
loaded with wife, maid, and child and a sailor’s hat for my
daughter. Never let it be said that I wasn’t prepared to
enter into the spirit of the thing.
We arrived at the Royal Varuna Yacht Club
and found ourselves a shaded area, where we could look out to
sea. There appeared to be several small boats with sails
attempting to attack the Royal Cliff’s Island Dream
catamaran, several puffs from shore. However, with all its
engines, the Island Dream was in no danger. Engines three -
puff power zero.
Ottesen of the Jomtien Boathouse, one of the most generous
benefactors of charity events on the eastern seaboard receives
thanks from the PC Classic organizers.
With all the sea air, we began to feel a
little peckish and a quick trip to the buffet tables looked in
order (in actual fact it was more of a slow painful shuffle for
me, but it was worth it). The Royal Cliff had done it again,
wonderful food, thank you Walter Thenisch, the Cliff’s
One plus for these regattas is the fact that
they attract wonderful people as sponsors. One such was the
Coca Cola Company, with many ladies present all looking for the
‘real thing’. Another was the Boon Rawd Brewery, whose
Singha Beer product seemed to go very well with sea air. The
fourth one in particular, and they got better from there. This
of course I was told, by Captain Ib Ottesen himself, being one
of the other sponsors with his Jomtien Boathouse. It is
noteworthy that the old sea-dog sailed to the regatta by car.
Engines four - puff power zero.
Panga Vathanakul presents a taken of gratitude to Bruce Hoppe,
MD of Emerson Electric Thailand for his generous sponsorship of
We continued, sheltering under the LCB
Container Terminal 1 awning (thank you Anil Singh), watching
the sailors from the regatta coming back to dry land. The
interesting part was that all these sailors seemed to have more
gear on them than a flotilla of scuba divers. And it was all
wet. Knowing the event’s name-sake Peter Cummins’ affinity
for traveling keel-side up, we decided after the 10th Singha
Beer that they must have made capsizing compulsory this year,
to commemorate the 10th sailing of the race. The Pattaya
International Hospital team reported no serious injuries, other
than Pattaya Mail’s photographer, Brendan Richards who tried
amputating his leg with barnacles.
Prakas Aiyarattanaruk, Sales Manager-Food Service and Phakapan
Aptakhom of Nestl้ (Thai) Ltd, our major sponsors
enjoying the evening.
Around 5 p.m. they had counted the number of
contestants that had returned to shore (it was very successful
this year - nobody drowned) and we made our way to the Royal
Cliff Beach Resort’s main pool at 7.30 p.m., where they had
imprisoned a Laser (probably my one from Fiji), having sailed
it in on the high tide. That assistant GM Ranjith Chandrasiri
can arrange anything!
Mind you, the top brass himself, Alex
Hauesler, was a dab hand at getting another of the Ambrose Wine
sponsored bottles to arrive on our table. Having H.E. Dr.
Herbert Traxl, the Austrian ambassador, sitting with us might
have helped too.
To remind us that the dinner was part of the
charity drive from the Jomtien-Pattaya Rotary Club, we were
delighted to see 200 children from local schools displaying the
Kasemsook method of mindful meditation, all explained by
Pattaya City’s Khun Wannapa and everybody’s Peter Malhotra.
The finale was a candle-lit expression of devotion to Their
Majesties the King and Queen, which was very touching.
The 10th Pattaya Mail PC Classic Royal Cliff
Beach Resort International Regatta dinner (whew!) finished with
the presentation of trophies and the draw for the lucky winner
of the Swiss International Airlines tickets presented by the
vice governor of Chonburi, followed by “Ruby and the
Romantics” musical entertainment.
Looking back, I can see now why these
regattas are so popular. It is nothing to do with puff power at
all. It’s just the conviviality, and you do get to meet a
better class of person, don’t you!
List of door Prize winners at the Charity Awards Gala Dinner of the Pattaya Mail PC Classic Royal Cliff Beach Resort International Regatta 2004
The organisers wish to express their heartfelt thanks to all of the sponsors listed below for their generous donations of the prizes.
The prizes were drawn by our clients, visitors and friends at the Pattaya Mail offices.
Swiss International Air Lines
2 Roundtrip Air Tickets to
249 Ms. Warai Kanchanatru
Set Menu for 2 persons incl.
324 R. Stranneborn
One night for 2 person at the
executive floor, incl ABF
308 Mathuros Khooarun
Pizza and Pasta
buffet dinner for 2
persons (food only)
254 Tom Hoar
1 Electric Fan
One Deluxe room for 2 nights
incl. ABF for 2 persons
494 Andrey Schmit
335 K. Parker
Asia Pattaya Hotel
2 complimentary drinks at
Neptune Night Club & Karaoke
363 Supatra Pasta
Restaurant & Wine Bar
Set Dinner for 2, value of 750
baht per person + 1 bottle of
Limousine Round Trip Service to
& from Casa Pascal incl. 1
glass of House Champagne per
201 Dr. Oliver
221 Pete o’ Driscall
260 Nick Demet
285 Tyler Gossett 295 Santawadee
307 Pinprad Phamornsatit
315 Kees Peperkamp
323 R. Stranneborn
364 Wan Hanehton
402 David Pollard
546 Nick Henlel
337 John R Parker
599 Kai Postma
Free Admission to the Mini Siam
for 4 persons
495 Celien Scumit
Gift Voucher value of 600 baht
for food & Beverages
243 Baan Dhawaran
Free Admission for Thai Cultural
& Elephant Show for 2
506 Tom Zofkie
561 Christien Foster
567 Charlie Zbinden
1 Hour riding lesson
581 Peter Harper
Marriott Resort & Spa
One room for one night for 2 in
Deluxe Garden View Room (Room
468 Surachai B.
Jomtien Resort & Spa
2 nights Deluxe Room incl. ABF
& set dinner for 2 persons
Believe It or Not
Free Admission to the Museum for
002 Sandy Longford
052 Marry Hennessy
056 Meyer 058 Meyer
060 Glenn Cooper
067 Bob Lee
068 Paul Pearmain
145 Wanchanee Somsatial 146
202 Dr. Oliver
203 P Dieter Precourt
217 Kanoknual Srikulwong
222 Go o’Driscoll
228 Glenda Stewart
239 Woody 240 -
252 Phil webb
253 Apple Thanacharoen 259 -
283 Tyler Gossett 286 B. Thomas
302 Surapa Suwansopa
306 Na Pun Phamornsatit 311
Stark 313 Samai Munsitha
316 Martin Brands 319 Renato
326 Charlie Reye
334 Liz Parker
336 Alisa Parker
343 Devon West
344 Alec Allison 345 Marge
Allison 347 Drew Noyes 357
368 Rommel Max 372 Amporn
Sribunruang 375 Hossdorf
376 Les Nyerges 379 Sudthida
405 David Pollard
406 David Pollard 407 David
444 Robert England 445 Sheila
Macrae 448 Alberto
449 Huhn 453 -
476 Roger Crutchlley
496 Siri Chandler 500 Olaf Reese
504 Bruce Hoppe
525 Aldrin Uy
532 D. Tezepl
533 Angelo 535 Saowanit Kopwong
542 Jimmy Hostekens
587 Marcel Doublemann
557 Yves Blovin 559 Bob Garner
562 Bagus Bogerd
564 Marc Bogard 584 Hans
586 C. Wiedmann 593 Andrew
597 Surya Skaria
600 Eline Postma
Complimentary Silk blend or
Cotton tailor made shirt plus
50% discount on your next items
358 James Moore
378 Jeanifer Forster
404 David Pollard
538 A.C. Thomas
540 Virginia Sorenser
501 Steve Stewart
Berliner Bisto 2
1 Suckling Pig for 12 pax
377 Mario Forster
460 Allan Sherrett
One night, Jasmine room with ABF
at Diana Garden Resort &
051 Pat Kelly
583 Browny Carey
2 Door Food Delivery Service
A Free Meal up to the value of
230 Grenda Stewart 390 Sermsakdi
Club Bayern Munich Pattaya
T-shirt Bayern Munich
594 Joe Cannelly
Club Bayern Munich Pattaya
Uniform Bayern Munich (short
Pants and T-shirt)
245 Anek E.
Restaurant & Pub
Complimentary voucher value of
500 baht for food only
Manufacturing CO., Ltd
Wine Bottle Trolley
516 Alan Murchie
Munchen Steak House
Dinner for 2 person
242 Baan Dhawaran
Free meal for 2 persons incl.
House wine beer or soft drinks
555 Chris Langford
Dinner Voucher value of 700 baht
569 Ute Dorfner
90 Year Old Mirror
355 Jan Olav Aamlid
Hill Resort Thailand
Gift Voucher value 1000 baht
good for use at The Little Hill
066 Bob Lee
Discover Scuba Diving
538 A.C. Thomas
Complimentary Indian Buffet for
282 Susan Haslock
314 Jon Tellefsen
321 Charlie Reyes 332 Peewee
371 Lemmers G.
503 Judy Hoppe 596 Jooke Postma
560 Markus Forster
Free Carvery for 2 persons (any
281 Roger Haslock
300 Penthip Ponghiran
459 Pattrawut Na Songkla 481 -
A Dinner Voucher Value of 500
353 Kevin Aamlid
Free One-Year Subscription to
the Pattaya Blatt in Thailand
251 Phil Webb
007 Wallce Alan 059 Glenn
Free One-Year Subscription to
the Pattaya Mail in Thailand
207 Decha Chareamyat 243 Baan
Dhawaran 247 -
508 Lena Tarasend
Camera and film
Free Carvery for 2 persons
309 Soravit Pimsakul
Bayshore Resort Pattaya
Complimentary BBQ Dinner for 2
at Narissa Garden, Siam Bayview
284 Tyler Gossett
352 Suthamma Thana
507 Pat Burbridge
598 Imeke Postma
Complimentary Superior Room for
1 night incl. ABF
537 Woranut Anusariya
1 night stay in a lifestyle
apartment incl. Breakfast
325 R. Stranneborn
Bar-B-Q Dinner for 2 persons
incl. 2 glass of wine
566 Alice Lim
Green Park Resort
Double Standard room for 1 night
Horseshoe Point Resort &
1 night Deluxe Room for 2
persons incl. ABF
Irish Pub &
1000 baht free food and drink at
The Kilkenny Irish Pub
552 Antoine De Cryper
Montien Hotel Pattaya
A Complimentary Asian Buffet
Dinner for 2 (excl. beverages)
Sportsman Pub & Restaurant
Meal for 2 to the value of 1000
149 Les Nyesges 446 Komet Tabtim
1 full day, incl. 2 dives with
instructor, transfer (in
Pattaya), lunch & soft drink
Pamornsathit 365 Geoff Paston
Complimentary Meal for 2 persons
up to the value of 500 baht at
the Blue Lagoon
531 D. Jeleph
582 Simon Carey
People of Pattaya,
We wish to express our sincere
gratitude to all of you who helped support the
Pattaya Mail PC Classic, Royal Cliff Beach Resort
Without you we would not have
been able to make it such a success. The moral
support as well as your attendance made a big
difference and encouraged us to work twice as hard
to make it one of the most beautiful events in
On top of that we were able to
raise a considerable amount of funds for the
charity projects of the Rotary Club of
Jomtien-Pattaya, details of which we will inform
you on a regular basis in the Pattaya Mail and
Once again, Thank You.
The Organising Committee.