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Anglers Journal

The award-winning Anglers Journal magazine puts the rich fishing life right in your hands. Travel with us from the wilds of Alaska to the flats of the Florida Keys, from the New England surf to a trout stream in the Rockies. Chase marlin, mahi, striped bass, salmon, trout and more.

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Power & Motoryacht

Since 1985, Power & Motoryacht has been keeping boaters in the know. The monthly magazine, in conjunction with a vibrant website, active social media presence, and daily e-newsletter, serves as the essential guide for serious boaters, delivering up-to-the-minute information on the latest launches and striking designs, hot new technology, cutting-edge marine electronics, and the newest equipment and gear. Maintenance tips and cruising ideas help readers get more from their boating, and get them excited to spend more time on the water.

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PassageMaker

Every issue of PassageMaker features compelling stories and in-depth technical articles. PassageMaker focuses on power cruising for both weekend and long-distance cruisers. Issues include articles on coastal and offshore cruising needs, bluewater and Great Loop voyaging, as well as a broad coverage of local, regional, and international cruising destinations.

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Sail

Every aspect of sailing is expertly covered in Sail —be it insights on coastal or offshore cruising, advice on all aspects of boat ownership and maintenance, sailing techniques and equipment. Quite simply, Sail is designed to help you better enjoy the sailing lifestyle.Sail reflects the way active, committed sailors spend their time on the water with stories about coastal cruising, the technical aspects of sailing, new boat coverage, maintenance, chartering, boat upgrades, gear and more.

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Soundings

Soundings has been entertaining and informing a loyal audience of passionate boaters for more than 50 years. The magazine caters to experienced boaters, with in depth features on new boats, articles on classic restorations, and columns by respected authorities on repair, design, seamanship and safety at sea. Each issue will introduce you to fascinating nautical books, marine art and salty personalities. You'll also see the latest gear, travel to new cruising grounds and view offers of hundreds of boats for sale. Soundings speaks to the kind of boater who just can't get enough of being on the water.

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Trade Only

Trade Only is a BtoB Publication *Publisher reserves the right to limit the number of free subscriptions and/or to serve a FREE subscription only to those who meet the publisher's qualifications.

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Yachts International

Yachts International magazine is the leading luxury yacht publication in the United States. With our mission of bringing the world to the American yachtsman, we have an international flair and our marketplace is global. Yachts International strives to provide every large-yacht enthusiast insight into the latest launches, design trends, personalities, history pieces, financial and regulatory issues, charter opportunities and yachting destinations.

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