Ingham meets Premier

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  • Left to right: Glenn Jones, Bermuda Tourism Authority, sailor Mustafa Ingham, David Burt, the Premier, sports minister Michael Weeks and Mark Berry of XL Catlin (Photograph supplied)

    Left to right: Glenn Jones, Bermuda Tourism Authority, sailor Mustafa Ingham, David Burt, the Premier, sports minister Michael Weeks and Mark Berry of XL Catlin (Photograph supplied)

  • David Burt, the Premier, (left) with Mustafa Ingham (centre) and teacher and sailor Nuri Latham (Photograph supplied)

    David Burt, the Premier, (left) with Mustafa Ingham (centre) and teacher and sailor Nuri Latham (Photograph supplied)


Sailor Mustafa Ingham met with David Burt, the Premier, at the Cabinet Office.

Ingham signed a sponsorship deal with the Bermuda Tourism Authority this week, after qualifying as a Volvo Ocean Race sailor.

Mr Burt said: “It was great to meet this young Bermudian who is a role model for Bermuda’s youth. He is the first enrollee in the Volvo Ocean Race Academy.

“Through hard work and determination he passed rigorous exams and maintained an intense physical training programme.

“At the same time, he worked long hours for the shore team of Turn the Tide on Plastic all while travelling the world.

“The Government of Bermuda is pleased to sponsor Mustafa as a sport tourism ambassador. On behalf of the people of Bermuda, I wish him continued success.”

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Published May 24, 2018 at 4:49 pm (Updated May 24, 2018 at 4:49 pm)

Ingham meets Premier

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