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In our quarterly magazine, you’ll find more than 100 pages of cruising news and features, updates on the activities of the CA’s groups and committees and our latest discount list.
Published in full colour, it is sent directly to members who can also view or download it from our website. Although not available to non-members, you can view the latest sample issue here or by clicking on the cover image.
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Previous sample issues of the magazine are available below.
Regular articles and features include:
- News from the CA, Cruising and Local Sections
- Updates on HLRs and discounts
- Articles on technical and regulatory subjects from our Regulations and Technical Services group
- Cruising tales from around the world
- Reports on rallies
- Book reviews and members' classified adverts
Recent articles include:
- CA President's report covers a challenging year, with the CA weathering the storms so far
- Video recording of the Brexit webinar broadcast by the CA's Regulations and Technical Services group (RATS) available to all
- Cruising humour in 'Boating Blunders', the series of members' admissions of their silliest boating mistakes
- The humble pipe cleaner and the extraordinary number its uses aboard
- Our man in St Petersburg, Vladimir Ivankiv, one of our vast network of Honorary Local Representatives (HLRs), plus reports from members of indispensible help received from HLRs around the world
- Crewing to far horizons: experiences of the Crewing Service from Jon Boon
- Mediterranean Sailing: Cruising in Malta
- CA London lectures programme continues online via Zoom
- Updated CA Cruising guides for the European Inland Waterways