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Marinalife launches summer-photo contest

Marinalife announced the start of its second annual Summer Photo Contest.

Members are encouraged to submit their favorite photos for the following three categories: Best Photo of Owner or Friends on a Boat; Best Pet Photo; and Best Sunset Photo.

The contest is open for submissions through Aug. 15. Winners will be announced in the fall issue of Marinalife magazine.

"We had a lot of fun reviewing member photos last year and seeing how everyone enjoys the boating lifestyle. Our members love to see themselves in the magazine, so including them in the fall issue is an ideal way to wrap up the contest," president/CEO Joy McPeters said in a statement.

Boaters are encouraged to submit photos through the Marinalife website or send them to info@marinalife.com.

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