PHOTO CONTEST! – The PORTS Cruising Guide Photo Contest is on again!

Lock 8 Ottawa

July 9, 2020

This year, two guides are underway – The Rideau Canal & Lower Ottawa River and Trent Severn Waterway & Lake Simcoe! Editors are researching and writing, aerial photographers are out and our creative designers are prepping. The FREE* mobile digital app version that is so popular with Georgian Bay 2021 Guide will be available for these new guides as well! Both will release in January, 2021.

Your photos can be part of the fun! Photos can be from past or present. Every entry earns you an opportunity to win the CY Media Prize Pack
• Your choice of PORTS Guide
• 1-year Canadian Yachting Magazine subscription
• Free membership to AGLA

Photo ContestPlease send your high res shots to jillsnider@kerrwil.com

*the mobile app comes free with purchase of the print PORTS Guide.

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