Current issue highlights: Reviews of the Slipper 17 and the Starwind 27. The Alerion Express 28 is our feature boat.
Speaking seriously: Spotlight on a traveler modification, the trouble with old shore power cables, and a comparison of a dry suit with an immersion suit. Also: doppler radar, part 1; building a winter cover that allows you to work on the deck; a fix for a long (and wobbly) prop shaft; what to do when you need one more wire in the mast; and a great cantilevered table extension.
Lighter fare: The delivery trip from hell, finding extra space in the overhead, a great boathook trick, a remote (and accessible) lever for a seacock, new uses for a car trunk organizer, sailing with kids, and spider wars.
Next issue delivery
September 2016 issue
Print: August 22-26
Digital: August 24
Newsstands: August 30
Print: October 24-28
Digital: October 26
Newsstands: November 1
What's New At Good Old Boat
An article a week
After nearly 20 years of publishing, we've run thousands of terrific articles. To remind people of the depth of great content offered, we've been posting a favorite article a week on Facebook and Twitter. The posts don't last too long before we add another one. Take a look at our Facebook page, facebook.com/goodoldboat, or Twitter page, @goodoldboat.
Our Facebook Grows!
Good Old Boat has more than 6,000 Facebook friends, fans, and followers and the list is growing every day. Thanks for "liking us," as they say and for being part of our community of sailors. Facebook.com/goodoldboat
We've posted our 100th Life Aboard Tip!
We've done it! Have a look at our Facebook page: Facebook.com/goodoldboat. We started a quest to post 100 Life Aboard Tips and have accomplished that mission! Thanks to all who submitted their tips. Our combined experience is awesome indeed; together we are an incredible sailing resource!
Choose your style
Because it's so popular, we have been offering our classic denim ball cap for just about forever. But now it comes in khaki too. Same cap . . . new color.
Still can't make up your mind? How about a khaki cap with a denim bill?
Or all three. Make a fashion statement! See them all on our Logo Clothing page.
Choose your cap each day based on the mood of the moment or perhaps to complement the day's sailing attire. Or wear one when you're doing boat projects (the stickier and oilier the better) and another for "dress occasions"! Perhaps something for all the members of the crew?