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Boating World is the area's largest monthly boating newspaper covering local boating news and events, feature stories on maritime history and cruising destinations, timely fishing news by area anglers, valuable maintenance and how-to articles plus expert columnists writing on topics of importance to recreational boaters. We invite you to browse this month's issues.

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October 2019

I arrived on a Sunday in Easton, Maryland to meet Captain Jack at his boat moored in the creek South of Annapolis, where he had found the fees reasonable and spent the previous week. It’s a short walk from the dinghy dock to the Annapolis dock master...

Being a lifelong boater, (that’s quite a long time), I hate it when some ‘Land Lubber” or former non-devoted boat owner says sarcastically, “A boat is a hole in the sea you pour money into!’’ Frankly, I have to control myself from laying them low wit...

The Main Induction system is a vital component to modern submarine operations necessary to manage the introduction of external air into the vessel. Its origins are rooted in the submarine snorkel mast that is one of the most innovative developments a...

It doesn’t take long to get into the spirit. 
Heading into Matlacha, you’ll rumble over the famous “Fishingest Bridge” and pass a half-dozen former fisherman’s bungalows and shacks now splashed with bright funky colors and house art galleries. Even t...

Each month, an interesting aspect of the world’s oldest continuous maritime service will be highlighted. The men and women of the  Coast Guard follow in the fine tradition of the brave mariners who have served before them. As sentinels and saviors of...

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