New Photo Contest Alert – Southern Boat Life

Southern Boat Life Photo Contest

Jan 25, 2024

Hey, sun seekers and boating enthusiasts, listen up! We’ve got a super cool photo contest that will make your winter feel like summer. If you’re currently living the boat life in the warmer sunny destinations, snap a pic of your sun-soaked boating adventures and send them our way to the: theporthole@cps-ecp.ca.

But wait, there’s more! We want you to include a caption with your photo that tells us a little bit about yourself, your location, and why you love boating there. And don’t forget to send us high-res images because we want to see every detail of your amazing shots!

You can also vote for your favourite photo on our Instagram @cpsboat. The photo with the most likes by March 31 will win a prize from Aquamap and be featured in The Port Hole magazine, as well as our OnBoard and À bord newsletters published by Canadian Boating.

So, what are you waiting for? Grab your camera, soak up some sun, and show us what you’ve got!

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