Sailing: Millennium Resort joins hands with Oman Sail for summer camp

Sports Tuesday 26/July/2016 13:28 PM
By: Times News Service
Sailing: Millennium Resort joins hands with Oman Sail for summer camp

Mussanah: Millennium Resort Mussanah, in collaboration with Oman Sail’s Corporate and Personal Development (CPD) department, will be inspiring, challenging, and entertaining children from across the Sultanate with its recently announced ‘Summer Camp 2016’. Starting July 31, the skill oriented one-day programme will include sailing, kayaking, cooking and team building activities facilitated by qualified instructors, promising fun for all.
For OMR 29.900 per youngster with a 10 per cent discount for all registrations made before the 31st of July, children between the ages of 8-17 will have the opportunity to experience a full range of stimulating activities. The entire programme has been designed to motivate youngsters and create the perfect environment to nurture their social and individual growth.
Christoph Schleissing, General Manager of the Millennium Resort Mussanah, said, “Since our inception, we have been committed to providing family-friendly activities that everyone can enjoy. Our state-of-the-art facilities, location on the Batinah Coast, and love for the open sea make us perfectly placed to share the Sultanate’s rich traditions with our younger guests. Our partnership with Oman Sail’s CPD facilitators reflects that commitment and will combine our expertise in a fun-filled, creative and safe atmosphere developed specifically for them.”
With its 54-berth private marina and state-of-the-art facilities, Millennium Resort Mussanah has gained a reputation for its thrilling water activities and scenic location on the Indian Ocean. Visitors to the resort can easily go snorkelling, sailing, boating, diving or book trips to a number of exceptional maritime locations such as the Dimaniyat Islands Nature Reserve.
Ahmed Al Ma'amari, Oman Sail CPD Senior Facilitator, said, “Sailing is a natural team-building activity and a great way for children to learn important interpersonal skills and the rewards of hard work. As well as giving them the opportunity to meet other youngsters with similar interests, this programme aims to inspire the youth with the values of teamwork, patience, commitment and leadership that will serve them well beyond our classes and translate into every aspect of their lives.”