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Magazine set to relaunch website

Boating World, a magazine dedicated to recreational trailer boating, announced it will unveil a redesigned website on Tuesday, promising simpler navigation and easier reading.

Website visitors also will find components from the magazine, including more than 1,000 boat tests, hundreds of boating product reviews and advice. Videos will play a larger role, with dozens of boat walk-throughs, on-camera interviews with industry experts and the foibles of the editorial staff.

Readers can interact with one another and the Boating World staff and experts.

“We are glad we can provide a forum for boaters to find the information they need, both through the content we provide and from their fellow boating enthusiasts,” Boating World managing editor Mike Werling said. “We are looking forward to increased interaction with site visitors and know they will be pleased with the overall experience they find at”



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