YPI hosts photo contest

Jun 27, 2016 by To the Triton

YPI launches the first ‘Photo of The Year’ competition on the theme of ‘Quality Time at Sea’. Crew are invited to share some their experiences, sights and memories of life enjoyed at sea.

Take a photo, complete the form at this link and upload your chosen pictures on or before Sept. 4.

A panel of experts including two professional yachting and luxury travel photographers will judge the entries in four different categories:





Each winner will then have the chance to win a selection of prizes including cameras, premium Perrier Jouët Belle Epoque champagne and a host of other goodies as well as having their winning picture displayed during this year’s Monaco Yacht Show and included in the Spring 2017 edition of YPI’s exclusive 360° magazine.


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