Here's a unique idea to raise money for a good cause. Positive Buoyancy
, a non-profit that collects money for children affected by
HIV and AIDS, has a announced the 128:1 project which rewards the winner with a new Ferretti 76 yacht and a two-year
management package that includes a crew and a Mediterranean berth. The prize is valued at around £3.4 million.
Each entry costs £5,000 and the contest is limited to 1,280 tickets. Contestants compete in a skills-based
competition on the Positive Buoyancy website. The most accurate 128 entries are entered into Phase Two which gets you
all-expenses-paid weekend in Monte Carlo to participate in rounds of elimination events to determine the final winner.
All 128 finalists will receive prizes of increasing value and one person takes home the 76-foot Ferretti 761.
[via Sail World