A NEW event will add even more culinary excitement to the food festival. The Dim Sum Under Full Sail programme will be held on selected dates and allow participants to enjoy a dim sum lunch on board the restored Chinese sailing junk, the Duk Ling. The lunch and cruise costs $250 per person; the Dim Sum Under Full Sail programme will take place tomorrow until Thursday and on March 10, 11, 13, 15 and 17. It will last about two hours with departures from the Kowloon pier at 11.45 am and from Queen's Pier on Hong Kong island at noon. Bookings can be made through Detours on tel: 2851-9311; fax: 2881-8861. Lucky draw offered to diners THE Lucky Dining in Hong Kong programme is offering great prizes to visitors who dine in participating establishments. All a diner has to do is take a Lucky Dining leaflet (from one of the Hong Kong Tourist Association information and gift centres) to any one of the 42 participating establishments. Diners will be entitled to enter a lucky draw if they spend $300 or more in cash on one bill, or use their American Express card to settle the bill. They simply need to fill in the lucky draw coupon, validate it with the restaurant's stamp and return it to the HKTA (GPO Box 2597, Hong Kong) on or before March 23. Two winners from Hong Kong will each receive dining coupons worth about $7,000 from the participating establishment, while one lucky overseas winner will get two return tickets to Hong Kong to be used during the 1997 Hong Kong Food Festival. The lucky draw will be held on March 29. Lamma's seafood sensations THE Great Seafood Galore programme offers the chance to indulge in some of the territory's spectacular seafood sensations. A short journey and half a world away from Hong Kong's bustling city streets are fishing villages where the time-honoured skills of those who farm the sea are just as important today as in the past. Seafood stalls and restaurants in Sok Kwu Wan and Mo Tat Wan on Lamma island and in Lei Yue Mun will take part in the promotion. Participating restaurants will offer special menus, discounts, bonus dishes and other mouth-watering treats. There are also special tours to these areas to make it easier for visitors to enjoy the programme. These include the Cocktail Cruise with Seafood Dinner at Lei Yue Mun programme operated by Jetway Express. This cruise will run nightly throughout the festival from 7.30 to 10.30. It costs $550 per person and bookings can be made direct with Jetway Express on 2336-6916. The Panda Travel Agency will operate the Panda Lei Yue Mun Gourmet Seafood Dinner and Open Market Exploring Tour, also nightly throughout the Food Festival, from 6.30 to 9.30. The tour costs $660 for adults or $400 for children aged between two and 11. Enquiries and reservations can be made on 2724-4440. The Lei Yue Mun Seafood Dinner Cruise operated by Watertours of Hong Kong will run nightly throughout the festival from 6.30 to 9.30. It costs $475 for adults and $405 for children aged between two and 12. Bookings can be made on 2739-3302. Lan Kwai Fong goes global LAN KWAI FONG will hold its own Lan Kwai Fong International Food Festival. The Lan Kwai Fong Association will organise this event from March 11 to 17 and feature guest chefs from around the world. They will stage demonstrations and produce special menus and dishes in the area's many outlets as well as outdoors in this special area. In addition, the Lan Kwai Fong streets will be decorated and there will be performances by mime artists, musicians and jugglers.