To make sure that my relationship is obvious, I am a paid contributor to Mad Marinerâ„¢. I value my relationship with them, but I will do my best to maintain editorial integrity with any dealings. The management at Mad Marinerâ„¢ seems to have similar goals. My opinions are my own, not the editors’ or advertisers’ of this site or Mad Marinerâ„¢.
Mad Marinerâ„¢ is a world-class boating magazine, filled with fantastic journeys, dream boats, expert advice and honest reviews. But this journal arrives on your desktop, not your doorstep – and it shows up every single day.
Mad Marinerâ„¢ is an online/electronic magazine that has been starting up over the last couple of months. They aim to publish new articles each day and so far there have been some really interesting reads.
Â A recent sampling includes:
A recent highly popular article discussed the "falling boat" pictures of a new Carver falling out of a sling into the water that you may have seen around on the net. A Mad Marinerâ„¢ author tracked down the real story (yes, it happened) and published details.
Forums are available to discuss articles and general boating "things". Often the article authors jump in with comments. A few blogs are being published, including your’s truly with my V28 build. I plan to continue my "day-to-day" postings here on Craft A Craft including blog entries and various build details. A more polished, less frequently updated version will run on Mad Marinerâ„¢.
I do have a detailed history of the background of choosing my V28 to build in the First-Time Boat Builder Begins article. Long-time Craft A Craft readers have seen most of this here before, just scattered out and not as nicely presented.
Some articles are available for free, while others require a subscription. Currently limited time trial subscriptions are available for no cost, so you can try them out!