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ISS Superyacht Charity Ball

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Date(s) - Apr 18, 2015
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ISS presents Superyacht Charity Ball

It’s great when we can harness the energies of our members and industry colleagues to make a
difference outside our daily work routine and this April the ISS is stepping up for a very worthy cause.
Sail4Cancer specialises in delivering respite care to families burdened with serious and often terminal
cancer by taking the whole family sailing for a day. A few minutes on
shows what a benefit this is and for the past two years the ISS Regatta has had Sail4Cancer as our official
Now we have announced a Charity Ball to support Sail4Cancer and help them launch a new programme
that will bring even more benefit to families with this heavy burden. On the 18th April at St Mary’s Stadium
in Southampton, around 250 industry professionals and their guests will let down their hair and kick up
their heels at a black tie ball complete with live music to start the summer season off with a bang! Early
interest has been high with tickets already selling well.
Management companies, Owners’ Representatives, Project Managers, Manufacturers and Service
Providers will be well represented and we have high hopes to draw in local designers and even builders
from further afield.

Check out our event page on FaceBook (search for ‘Annual Superyacht Charity Ball’) or go directly to to buy your tickets. If you are interested in sponsoring this event, contact to find out about the packages we have put

All funds raised will go directly to the charity with the appropriate tax reliefs for your business.
If you can’t make it on the 18th, don’t forget the ISS Regatta on June 5/6/7th. Compete against your
industry colleagues on the Solent in one design charter boats from Fairview. Boats are starting to book
up now; contact for more info.

International Superyacht Society

757 SE 17th Street # 744
Fort Lauderdale, FL
33316, USA


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