Mad Mariner adds Spanish-language magazine

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Mad Mariner, the daily online boating magazine, launched MarineroLoco.com, a consumer magazine published daily in Spanish.

Published five days a week, MarineroLoco.com is available free to all readers. Like its parent, MadMariner.com, the new magazine takes an inclusive approach to boating. Packed with content written by veteran journalists, the site features fantastic journeys, dream boats, expert-advice articles and independent reviews.

With more than 300 million Spanish speakers across the globe, including more than 22 million in the United States, MarineroLoco.com targets all who prefer to read about their hobby in Spanish.

"MarineroLoco.com was designed to be the definitive Spanish-language source for boating information," said Glen Justice, founder and editor of Mad Mariner, in a statement. "As marine Web sites have proliferated, Mad Mariner has led the charge. We are establishing ourselves as the go-to online resource for the entire boating community and it is important that we expand our content to better engage Spanish-speaking boaters."

For information on Marinero Loco or Mad Mariner, call (888) 256-5011 or click here.

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