Two lucky people will be jetting off to the Bahamas next year to enjoy seven days diving on M/V Bahamas Master for just £10 – thanks to an exciting fundraising lottery developed by Blue O Two to benefit its charity partner Bite-Back Shark and Marine Conservation.

Each £10 ticket sold via the Bite-Back website buys a chance to win two return flights, seven days liveaboard diving in the crystal-clear waters of the Bahamas, guaranteed shark encounters and memories that will last a lifetime.

The prize, valued at over £6,500, brings the dream of diving in the Bahamas within the reach of a huge audience and, with tickets limited to just 1,500, the chance of winning is greater than most prize draws.

Alyson Tyler, managing director for Blue O Two, said: “We love the fact that this lottery is a win/win for divers and shark conservation. Everyone who buys a ticket is in with a chance of winning this amazing prize and, at the same time, everyone who buys a ticket is helping to fund Bite-Back’s important campaigns to end the trade and consumption of shark products. We hope it’ll capture the imagination of individuals, clubs and societies and raise urgent funds for the charity.”

Bahamas

Due to its abundance of sharks, the Bahamas is a bucket-list destination for many divers. Within its protected waters, divers can look forward to encounters with bull, tiger, lemon, great hammerhead and oceanic whitetip sharks.

Graham Buckingham, campaign director for Bite-Back Shark and Marine Conservation, said: “We hope the allure of winning this amazing prize is too big for divers to ignore. After all, two people are going to experience a holiday of a lifetime for the price of a pub lunch. This exciting competition is another terrific example of Blue O Two’s commitment to the marine environment and creating inspirational diving holiday experiences.”

Tickets can only be purchased at: www.bite-back.com/shop  

The winner will be picked at random on 26th October 2019. All the terms and conditions can be found on both the Bite-Back Shark and Marine Conservation and Blue O Two websites.

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