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 PhotographerOf The Year    2022


We are delighted to announce our

UK RS Tera Class Association

Photographer of the Year 2022

As the nights are drawing in and we don't have quite so many opportunities to get on the water, how about checking your camera rolls and computers to find some awesome images of you and your Tera and enter our fab competition.


Your picture can be of you having fun, learning to sail, racing, or any combination.

Or, if you have something creative or arty, such as the sun glinting on the Mylar sail or a birds-eye view of your Tera we’d love to see them.


You can enter as many times as you like and there are some great goodies up for grabs with each category winner receiving a prize, with a stunning canvas print going to the overall winner,

as well as being awarded UKRSTCA Photographer of the Year 2022.


We obviously understand that most photos will have been taken by parents, but that’s OK,

we know how difficult it is to hold a camera as well as a mainsheet and a tiller!


Entries must be received by Friday December 30th 2022 at the latest,

so start looking, and entering, today.


We look forward to seeing all your pictures and “Good Luck”!

Competition criteria

  • You can submit as many entries as you like, specifying which category you have entered each image for.

  • Entries to be submitted by email to or you can use for large files.

  • A shortlist of entries will be compiled and then judged in 3 categories: Fun, Learn and Race, with an additional prize for the most creative shot. The best photo across all categories, in the judges' opinion, will be crowned UKRSTCA Photographer of The Year 2022.

  • Competition will be judged by a panel, including Class Association Chair Steve and Class Development Manager Marcus.

  • All entries must be received by midnight, Friday 30th December 2022.

  • Please include sailors name and home club with your entry.

  • Images may be used on the UK RS Tera Class Association website and/or other relevant media and submission implies consent.

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