Concours photo sur la navigation de plaisance en automne

27 septembre, 2023

Vous prolongez la saison de navigation de plaisance jusqu’à l’automne ? Nous vous invitons à nous faire parvenir vos meilleures photos des couleurs de l’automne et de vos destinations de navigation de plaisance. Faites-nous savoir où vous naviguez et pourquoi vous aimez prolonger la saison de navigation.

Faites parvenir vos photos en haute résolution à l’adresse suivante : theporthole@cps-ecp.ca. Ne les comprimez pas lorsque vous les envoyez par courrier électronique. La taille réelle est requise pour l’impression. La date limite d’envoi des photos est fixée au 30 novembre 2023.

Veillez à inclure une légende pour chaque photo, contenant des informations telles que votre nom, le lieu et la raison pour laquelle vous aimez faire du bateau en automne.

Vous pouvez voter pour votre proposition préférée en aimant les photos présentées sur notre compte Instagram @cpsboat..

Après le 31 novembre, la photo la plus appréciée déterminera le gagnant et sera publiée dans les magazines The Port Hole et Le Hublot ainsi que dans nos bulletins OnBoard et À bord publiés par Canadian Yachting. Seules les photos en haute résolution seront prises en compte.

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