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Feature story about the Mercer 44, review of the Hunter Legend 37, Coronado 25 refit, windlass installation, polishing fiberglass, Robert Perry’s design column and as always, much more!
For the love of sailboats
Just for fun
This spring has the makings of the best season ever. In Minnesota, we have had over two weeks of summer already in March! The spring flowers are pushing up and our rhubarb is already up 6-inches, over a month ahead of normal.
News from all the boatshows is that people are out exercising their pent up boating itch. This means that the spring boat prepping and launching time will be earlier which, in turn, means we will have a longer season to enjoy our good old boats.
To those of you who could use a good long season to improve your bottom line, this could be the year. We can help you make this year the best ever, by introducing our readers to your products or services.
It’s April. In April, owners of good old boats begin to firm up their “To Do” lists for the upcoming season. If you don't have your ad in Good Old Boat, there is still time.
Right now, we are putting the July issue together. This issue comes out at the end of June just when the sailors you want to reach are getting their boats ready for the season ahead. The deadline to place your ad in this issue is Monday, April 30. Drop me a line or give me a call and we will get your ad ready.
Michael Facius, Publisher and Ad Sales
Here's a sample article:
Maintain your perimeter
by Don Casey
Most old boats have been delivered with lifelines rigged with coated wire. Coated wire is an astonishingly bad idea. Not only does the coating promote corrosion by