Vote for your favourite Goat Island Skiff Photo for this year’s Calendar

You are welcome to vote for your choice of the best Goat Island Skiff photos from the last year.

The best 14 are used to make next year’s 2017 Calendar. 130 photos this year from all around the world. From sailing in Norway’s winter to Venice Classic boat regattas and on to Australia, Uruguay, Poland, Greece and many many more locations around the world.

Goat Island Skiff Calendar - vote for your favourite photos now - storerboatplans.com

We ask our readers to select the best photos. This year there are 120 to choose from by clicking on “Like” or “Favouriting” the images you like most

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Here are a couple of coves from previous years.

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