UPDATE: If youâ€™ve not entered your chance to win an all expense paid vacation to discover Dominica for yourself. You still have just over two weeks to enter. August is half-way gone. You have until August 31st 2007 to enter. What do you have loose?
Article Posted June 14th, 2007
Its contest time again. The good folks at the National Development Corporation, Dominica Ministry of Tourism, and discover dominica dot com are hosting a Pirate Master contest where you can win a vacation to discover Dominica yourself. If youâ€™re big fan of Pirates of the Caribbean and the CBS reality show Pirate Master. You would know that the island of Dominica was one of the main filming sites for both productions. In-fact CBS Pirate Master Reality series was filmed entirely in Dominica.
In Pirate Master, sixteen modern-day pirates are completing to win a hidden treasure that will total $1 million dollars. You donâ€™t have to be a pirate to win a trip to Dominica. Here the is chance for you win the best treasure of all, a trip to Dominica where you can Defy The Everyday and change the popular motion what a Caribbean vacation should be.
How to Enter the Contest?
To enter the contest is easy; just fill out the form to enter your chance to win the vacation for two that includes airfare and hotel accommodations. Entries are being accepted from may 31st through August 31st, 2007. One more thing, it appears that the contest is open only to residents of the United States and Canada. So please read the contest rules to see if youâ€™re eligible to enter. Good luck â€¦Take a chance. You might just find yourself on one of the most beautiful islands in the Caribbean.
Every time I submit the form the result is a processing error. “Pirate Master” was a flop and has been canceled.
That’s a pity… we live in UK 😡
I can’t wait to visit Dominica again…. hopefully soon…
Greetings from London,
Can you tell me if you were every successful posting your entry into the contest?
Yes, I was successful into entering the contest the first time.
No, but I only tried twice.
Very interesting information! Thanks!