Oct 10, 2019

POTWOur Photo of the Week comes from Mark and Lisa Harris who winter in Vancouver, Washington and spend their summers in Telegraph Cove, BC, in the Broughtons, where the picture was taken. “we have spent our summer holidays for the last 28 years. Since our retirement 3 years ago, we now spend 10-12 weeks up north. “

This is our new to us 2007 Rosborough 246 made in Halifax. This is taken near Swanson island in the Broughton archipelago. “We have spent many years fishing these waters,  but now want to explore them! “

What a fine photo! Now it’s time for yours. The Photo of the Week (POTW) features shots of all kinds of things in and around boats – lots of sunsets and beautiful scenery, interesting boats, crazy signs, pets and increasingly great personal portraits.

Send your photos from the summer past to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.; - we will get to meet some interesting readers who love their boats

It’s about time you became the star of Photo of the Week.

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