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ABYC 2018 standards book available for pre-order

The American Boat and Yacht Council’s 2018-2019 Standards Book is now available for pre-order at a limited time discount. ABYC members can order by June 13 for $69.95, a $20 discount.

The new book comes with 15 revised standards and two new technical information reports.

For those who prefer to have the information on a computer, there is also a desktop subscription sale. It’s on sale for new users who order by June 13 and save $20 and pay $69.95. By going with a desktop subscription, users can access the standards with or without an internet connection, refresh and sync documents throughout the year and get information quickly with intuitive search features.

Members who already have a subscription will receive email renewal reminders.

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