Fall Boating Photo Contest

Oct 12, 2023

Are you stretching the boating season into fall? We want you to send us your best photos of fall colours and boating destinations. Let us know where you’re boating and why you enjoy stretching the boating season.

Submit your high-resolution photos to: theporthole@cps-ecp.ca. Please don’t compress them when emailing, actual size is required for printing. Deadline to submit photos is November 30, 2023.

Make sure you include a caption for each picture, containing information such as your name, the location, and why you love boating in the fall.

You can vote for your favourite submission by liking the featured photos on our Instagram account @cpsboat. 

By November 30th, the most liked photo will determine the winner and will be published in The Port Hole and Le Hublot magazines and in our OnBoard and À bord newsletter published by Canadian Yachting. Only high-resolution photos will be considered.

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