Reviews For Sail Magazine

Ahoy Mates....

Whether you are a novice sailor, racer or an old hand, whether you own a boat,are thinking of buying one or just like to go along for the ride, this magazine covers it all.

There's all kinds of useful tips and information for anyone who just loves boats or being out on the water. There are articles ranging from handling weather and mechanical problems to keeping your pets aboard. The latest in gear and equipment, America's Cup Schedules,basic cruising tips,articles written by people just like you, who just love being out there(these are great as they give good ideas for living aboard and places to cruise), are all in here.

Thinking of buying a boat? You'll find feature articles on new and older boats. There is even a classified section in the back, that will give you a good idea of the price ranges for the type of boat your looking for.

Day Sailor, Cruiser, Racer or Live Aboard, you'll look foward to every issue........Laurie

Gift for Dad

He enjoys this... it is like the old holiday 'Sears 'catalog. loots to dream about . Not alot of practical info though

Informative w/ Great Pix @ Good Price

Good value for one's money (if you're into sailing)...Informative for all levels whether a beginner or a pro...even if you can only afford a Day Sailor or primarily interested in smaller boats (again good price!)...great pix of great boats & good articles...

Sail Magazine

Good value for magazine. Very informative and good reading for all levels of expertise . . . from beginner to professional

sail magazine

Fairly good magazine. The articles are short, interesting, and often include sailing stories. SAIL could use more hands on information. Overall evenly balanced between stories of interest, and "how to" articles. SAIL seems to be targeted at the middle class boat owner. You may need to subscribe to a mag more focused on your particular needs or two to three magazines on sailing.

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