Exposure Lights are pleased to sponsor NEXT GEN 2019. Focused on the sub IMO / sub 24 metre professional sector, this unique program of specialist one day safety workshops is being held at the Grand Harbour Hotel in Southampton on 2 3 4 April
Competitors from this year’s Barmouth to Fort William Three Peaks Yacht Race, were recently treated to a fabulous Black Tie presentation dinner at the Celtic Hotel in Caernarfon. This prestigious multi-challenge event, which awards over 30 trophies for the sailing, mountain running and overall prizes, was supported by Exposure Lights who also provided the main prizes alongside the trophies.
Exposure Lights has announced that Crewsaver will be distributing their range of highly powerful, LED marine search lights and safety aids in the UK and Ireland. The agreement will cover retail sales outlets in the yachting, dinghy and paddle markets.
PRESS RELEASE: Dongfeng Race Team clinches the Volvo Ocean Race 2017-18 crown after a suspense-filled final leg finish at The Hague
OFFICIAL PRESS RELEASE FROM DONGFENG RACE TEAM:
Dongfeng Race Team became the first Chinese-flagged campaign to win the Volvo Ocean Race today when it took the title after winning a tense and exciting final leg from Gothenburg in Sweden to The Hague in The Netherlands.
Author: Dongfeng Race Team
Exposure Lights Sponsoring the annual Three Peaks Yacht Race taking place from 17.00 on June 9th starting in Barmouth, where 8 teams will gather to tackle one of the worlds oldest and most prestigious adventure races.
The race is now in its 41st year, and was inspired by the climbing and sailing exploits of Barmouth resident Major H.W. Tilman. The race takes combined teams of runners and sailors up the beautiful and treacherous West Coast to Fort William, with the runners going ashore along the way to scale the highest peaks in Wales, England and Scotland.
Exposure Lights St Vaast Race
Many thanks to Exposure Lights for sponsoring their first race with JOG and for providing excellent prizes for the après-sail party in the delightful port of St Vaast on Saturday 5th May. While the draw of the seafood restaurants and the traditional Saturday JOG party were perhaps instrumental in attracting over 40 entrants, first the fleet had to get there and through the lock gate before closing time.