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Old 08-24-2007
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I am a subscriber of this and Practical Sailor, the only two I regularly read (hey, where else will I get the verdict on the SolarStik?). While I will occasionally buy a Practical Boat Owner (British) or Good Old Boat, I "outgrew" Sail, Sailing and Cruising World some time ago, being less interested in the latest dock jewellery with 13 foot wide saloons, and more interested in tankage, power generation and the best ways to keep onions crisp offshore.
Hey, I honestly don't own it!!! However, Ocean Nav is good for cruisers. Worth the small $$.

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