Mar 8, 2018

Bonaventure Island Bird Sanctuary Bonaventure Island

Stephen and Fran Hill are our most prolific POTW contributors. So far we have received at least three dozen beauties. Here’s the first note we received:

Fishermans Platter PEI Lunch PEI lunch

Over the past two summers we completed the Down East Circle Route on our 37' Nordic Tug named "Tug'n". Here are a series of photos from the two summers. I hope a few might be of interest to your readers.



Best wishes
Stephen Hill
From Tug'n
Moored at Beacon Bay Marina, Penetanguishene, Ontario

Since then we have received more and more. As well enjoying these fine shots, you should visit their blog at .

Fran In Lunenberg Nova Scotia Fran in Lunenburg

If you are not familiar with our Photo of the Week album, it’s an opportunity for you to share your fine photos with the boating nation. (One is fine- we don’t need
The rules are simple. It has to be your shot taken in and around boats or from a boat. Or anything else boat related. Or anything you feel is appropriate – sunsets, regattas dock parties – whatever you’ve found interesting.

Sunset In Lunenberg NSSunset in Lunenburg

Send your photos to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with POTW in the subject and we’ll get them into the publication in 2018! Thanks in advance.

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