Sail magazine to launch Best Boats awards at Newport

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Sail magazine will decide the best boat of 2019 at the Newport International Boat Show, which is set to begin Thursday and run through Sunday in Newport, R.I.

Sail’s 2019 Best Boats nominees were featured in the September issue.

A team of SAIL editors and judges will review this year's class of new boats by studying their lines, examining their construction details, interviewing builders and designers, and taking boats for a sail.

Winners of this year’s Best Boats awards will be featured in the December issue of Sail.

Click here for a full list of the 10 categories Sail’s editors and judges will focus on.

Sail and Trade Only Today are both part of Active Interest Media’s marine group.

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