The winner of the Sea Cadets category at the Royal Navy's Peregrine Trophy pohotgraphic competition has been named as AC Sally from Tenby Unit.
Sally said: “I took the winning photo when I was away in October on board TS Royalist. I was out on the dinghy and my job was to sort out the jib sheet, but we got told to wait for a bit. Our Boson took her GoPro out and started taking pictures so I decided to join her and wrapped my camera around my wrist and started taking shots. I then put my camera back in my pocket without looking at the pictures and carried on working on the jib sheet.
"When we came off the bowsprit and moored later that evening, I checked my camera and that was the only picture that wasn't blurry so I was really happy with that! I honestly would never have thought that I would win this amazing award, especially out of all the sea cadets throughout the UK. It's an honour.”
Sally wins a paid trip to London for the awards ceremony in July and an offshore voyage on TS Royalist.
In second place, was MC Abigail from Blackburn Unit, who took a stunning image on TS Royalist with the sunset and mountain range in the background. In third place, with a commended photograph of her unit sailing a Quest in the sunset is AC Amy from Aberdeen Bridge of Don Unit.