Oceana Sets Sails To Race and Save Tanon Straight

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Bigiw-Bugsay 2017 by Gregg Yan & Oceana (B)

“Sailing away to the sunset” is usually the final scene in a film, but for Oceana, it is the beginning of something exciting and fruitful. Keep in mind,  the Philippines is a sailing nation – a country of 7641 islands connected for thousands of years by waterways via various watercraft.

To celebrate the Month of the Oceans, Island Buzz Philippines, a water sports company dedicated to make Cebu the ‘Paddling Capital of the Philippines’, paid tribute to traditional Visayan sailing and paddling culture by organizing a Bigiw regatta. Held last 13 May in Moalboal, the second annual ‘Bigiw Bugsay’ event gathered both traditional sailors and modern stand-up paddle-boarders in the biggest flotilla yet seen in Southern Cebu. More


Sea Fun, Sea View, at Sea Fair 2015 on December 5-6

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11246698_10153305353477956_3323504806264414027_oAnother year at sea . . . Sea Fair 2015. An  outdoor boat and yacht exposition in the Philippines to be held on December 5- 6 at SM by the Bay.  A gathering of boating, marine, and water sports enterprise in a 2-day exposition showcasing the best of the maritime and nautical industry.  An opportunity to showcase products and services, build a network web, and give guests and visitors significant insight of this booming industry, Sea Fair  invites members of these industry to be a part of this annual festivities.

“We’re bringing in 12189430_10153305600462956_549863988662722537_owater on-ground by holding simultaneous beach sport activities like beach volleyball and beach tennis showcasing the national team players, on top of regatta
competition, Dragon boat competition, Sea Fair Poker Run, and Yacht Parties in the middle of the sea,” shares Geraldine Castillo, Marketing Head of the event.
If that isn’t enough to excite you, there is  also a Helicopter City Tour which will provide guests an aerial view of the event and the metro and a Foam Party to heighten the festivities.  For more information, contact Geraldine Castillo at 515-9903/587-4446/0917-8245025.