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Which Boating Magazine Do You Read?

Boating Magazines  

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  1. 1. What boating related magazine do you read?

    • Boating World
    • Southern Boating
    • Lakeland Boating
    • Boating Mag
    • Yachting Magazine
    • Great Lakes Boating Magazine
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    • Other: Specify with Comment


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Voted other. Boat US magazine. Was getting Trailer Boats until they stopped production. Read any others on the list but no subscriptions. Found more relevant info on forums like this one.

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I used to love Trailer Boats, really miss it.

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We only get two - Boating and Poweryacht something or other... One has tons of fishing boats and pontoons and the other has tons of ships I'll aspire to but likely never achieve.

Is there a cruiser magazine for the in-betweeners?

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I also used to take Trailer Boats mag. Still have my issues in the attic (still have the copies of the mags, too haha!)

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I read Chaparral Vaudville for humor. Some of us get a goodie once in a while. :)

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Power and Motor Yacht. Let's me see how the other people live. A guy walks by my 30' Sea Ray at Inner Harbor Baltimore, and asked what I use on it as he felt the gel coat had a "superior depth of color" . His words, not mine. I told him Mequires polish #35, and their special hi-tech wax #26. I asked if he had a boat there, and he said yes, the one on the T dock. I spot a 100+' Motor Yacht called The Ocelot.  He invites me aboard for a beer, and I figure, what the heck it's 10:30 in the morning so OK. As we begin to enter the main salon, I see white very PLUSH carpeting so shoes come off. Woven into the carpet are foot prints which continue across the space and up across the matching white couch. They disappear on the end table and coiled around the lamp is a stuffed Ocelot staring at me. He catches my stare and says "yea, wife got a little carried away". His twin Mann diesels were a little bigger than my Chap. I'll give them credit though, when it was time to depart his crew consisted of wife and daughter, and each had a head set on and handled line and bumpers as he bow thrust-ed his way back from the dock space.    W

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