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Old 07-08-2006, 11:54   #16
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I have started looking at DIY Boat Owner http://www.diy-boat.com not just for sailing, but interesting information.

So far Sail has 1 section that is good for novices like myself.

Thanks for the survey. It will be worthwhile to try a couple of these.
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Oh, and Pacific Yachting and 48 North.
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Old 07-08-2006, 23:42   #18
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I don't subscribe to any, but I buy the occasional copy of something if it looks good. Also, my sister works at a book store in the magazine department, and if I'm lucky, she occasionally brings over out of date copies that they can't sell and can't return for whatever reason.

My favorite so far has been Latts&atts, even though I know it's not been looked upon highly by most around here.
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Rick has been reading Passagemaker for about 4 years now. I got him a gift subscription a couple of years back. That is the only one we subscribe to, but there may be others that he reads on line that I don't know about.

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Old 08-08-2006, 16:40   #20
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OK all I will attempt to build the poll tonight. Last call...
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I just leave my old ones at the laundry...and pick up whats there...sam
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Despite it's faults I do enjoy Practical Sailor. Good Old Boat is always a good read, Cruising Helmsman (australian publication) is worth a read but comes across as a tad advertorial, Cruising World which I hadn't read for a long time but picked up their latest issue is rubbish, Latts and Atts is worth a chuckle but I wouldn't bother paying for the printed addition.
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I know that Prflyer1 and I are very late to this party, but I did want to offer one I particularly like. It is 'Lectronic Latitude, available free online from the folks who put out Latitude 38 in the San Francisco Bay area. You can get on their subscriber list, and you'll find a copy of it in your email box when they update - usually every few days.

Welcome to Latitude 38 - Northern California's Leading Sailing & Marine Magazine

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