POTW: What I Did on my Summer Vacation

Sept 28, 2023

When Elissa, our publishing athlete who puts out all the boating publications, took her well deserved holidays in NS this August, what did she do?  She didn’t go hiking or golfing; she immediately headed down to the waterfront and started taking POTW photos. Of course!

Our photo of the week is Elissa’s.  She liked this hardcore fisher boat for its rugged good looks and interesting name. 

BUT, the next Photo of the Week could come from your summer vacation.  Just pick a boating related shot – kids, signs, sunsets, attention-grabbing boats or ports – and send it along. We publish shots every issue and we need yours. Just email it to onboard@kerrwil.com and put POTW in the subject line. Thanks in advance.

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