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Ft. Lauderdale-based National Marine Suppliers has launched its first Yacht Life 4 Life Swimsuit Calendar contest.

In an effort to raise awareness and money for breast cancer research, NMS is inviting women in the yachting industry to model “exciting yet tasteful” swimsuits for a new calendar. All money raised from the sale of the calendars will go to raise awareness, provide medical care and save lives of those affected by breast cancer.

The contest is open to women working in the yachting industry. The backgrounds of the photos should be yachting related, such as in a well-known port or marina, at the dock, with tenders or jet skis, or with yacht toys.

Find out all the contest rules at www.nationalmarine.com/swimsuit-calendar. Entries are being accepted until Sept. 30 at calendar@nationalmarine.com.

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