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Passagemaker Relaunches Podcast


Passagemaker magazine has relaunched its Trawler Talk podcast, with two episodes dropping earlier this month.

“Boaters love to chat with other boaters, and I met so many people who share my passion for trawlers and the trawler lifestyle,” editor-in-chief Jeff Moser said. “I took a ton of inspiration from these conversations and know that I can continue to make a connection through podcasts.”

The first new episode of Trawler Talk covers staying connected while cruising. Intellian’s Paul Comyns discusses hardware, how land- and satellite-based systems work, and costs.

In the second podcast, Moser interviews a professional delivery captain who shares insight on what it takes to be successful at what many consider a dream occupation.

New episodes of Trawler Talk will drop every other week on Tuesday, with the next installment set for July 5. The podcasts are available to download or stream at iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher and iHeartRadio.

Passagemaker is a sister magazine to Soundings Trade Only within Active Interest Media’s Marine Group.



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