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Yachting Partners International (YPI) has launched its first Photo of the Year competition.

Crew are invited to submit photos on the theme of Quality Time at Sea. Photos could be their experiences, sights and memories, anything that exemplifies the beauty, the fun and the exclusivity of life enjoyed at sea.

Crew can enter up to four photos by Sept. 4. A panel of experts including two professional  photographers will pick the winners in four categories: art/abstract, fun/lifestyle, action/adventure, and nature/landscape.

Winners have the chance to win prizes including cameras and champagne as well as have their winning picture displayed at YPI’s booth at the Monaco Yacht Show.

For all the rules and an entry form, visit www.ypigroup.com/en/photo-competition-2016.html.

 

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