POTW: Georgia – Baby’s First PFD

Georgia

Our Photo of the Week didn’t come far – Jillian is our creative designer at Canadian Yachting and an avid boater. Looks like her brand-new pup is too!

June 7, 2023

Our Photo of the Week didn’t come far – Jillian is our creative designer at Canadian Yachting and an avid boater. Looks like her brand-new pup is too!

“Hey CYOB Team… here is my Georgia in her lifejacket at about ten weeks old while still learning how to swim. Safety first! ?”

 

Doggies in PFDs is a guaranteed winner for Photo of the Week, but you can send along any shot you think would be perfect for our feature. Just send pictures along to cyonboard@kerrwil.com and tell us the story behind the shot. Boating pictures of kids, boats, signs, fun – you pick it and email it our way!

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