April 15, 2015

To: WoodenBoat Devotees

The good news from beautiful downtown Brooklin, Maine: the newest issue of WoodenBoat (May/June #244) is here in both print and digital format. If you aren't already a subscriber, pick it up at your favorite newsstand, have us mail it to you, or download it from us in just minutes.

Time to top-up your collection of digital issues of WoodenBoat? We've just made it easier by offering annual sets (between 2009 and 2014) at a reduced rate. Order at least three annual sets at one time for even steeper discounts. Just need a few issues? We also have a 25% off discount on any 5 digital issues. And yes, we still have the USB flash drive with all the back issues.

Faithful readers of WoodenBoat will be familiar with the handsome artwork of the multi-talented Kathy Bray. You'll be pleased to know we've just added two of her notecard sets to our offerings: Herreshoff Designs, and Working Craft. Each set has four different images, includes two of each for a total of eight cards (blank inside) as well as envelopes. What better way to say "thank you" than with a hand written note inside a card featuring a beautiful wooden boat?

If you're ready for a quick trip to Scotland without the airfare, take a look at this video from Wilderness Scotland, posted on our WoodenBoat Forum. It's an "oh my" four minutes.

And last but not least, if you are a "mobile device" kind of user, WoodenBoat has been working on making our Sites a better fit for your smart phones. Take a look at our WoodenBoat School, WoodenBoat Show, and our WoodenBoat Store on that smart phone, and you'll say "oooh aaaaah." Well, that's what we said when we saw them.

-Scot & Crew

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