Winners of the Scoot Maldives Giveaway Announced

28 Jul 2015 1

Rasta and Sunny soaking it all in at last years event Photo: Supplied

Rasta and Sunny soaking it all in at last years event Photo: Supplied

Earlier this month, we announced that thanks to Scoot, two lucky Coastalwatch readers were going to be given the chance to win the surf trip of a lifetime while also attending the The Champions Trophy 2015. 

Well today, we're stoked to announce the two winners: 

Drum roll please...

1. Wayne Traill

Wayne was nominated by his wife Ashleigh. She wrote:

"Wayne has been through such a lot in the past two years. He lost his father and had to deal with some health issues of his own. After treatment he's finally back surfing and this trip would be an amazing experience and a true blessing."

2. 

Ken Nguyen



Ken was nominated by his mate Maria Shao. She wrote: 



"My mate Ken just passed the five year remission mark after suffering cancer. He went through stage four Hodgkin's Lymphoma. This getaway would mean the world to him – after such a tough emotional and physical battle he truly deserves to enjoy the beautiful Maldives and Singapore."



Congratulations to both winners.



Prize includes:
  • 2 x Scoot flights to the Maldives with a stop over in Singapore staying in a deluxe room at the prestigious Westin Hotel right in the heart of Singaapore's financial district. 
  • Plus, 7 days of breathtaking luxury accommodation with all meals included at the Four Seasons Resorts Maldives, daily speedboat transfers to surf some awesome waves and the chance to hang out with the crew to watch the Four Seasons Maldives Surfing Championships Trophy.

For more information visit: www.surfingchampionstrophy.com and www.worldsurfleague.com/events/2015/spec/1344/four-seasons-maldives-surfing-champions-trophy



Check out the latest flight deals: www.flyscoot.com 



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