When you first get to the website you are bombarded by advertisements in all the key locations. One third the column width is complete with advertisements. The obligatory header is contains three more "buy me" "pay me" links. All the content is lost in this blitzkrieg of commercialization. There is nothing visually interesting, compelling or demanding of attention like the covers of the print magazines. It is more like trying to find anything useful in the last 20 pages of the Lats & Atts magazine.
As for the magazine itself, it is reminiscent of the predecessor. And we found "Cruising Cuba" to be as good a read on logically laid out as when Addison made the presentation at Boot Key Harbor this winter. He also penned this article or was it Pat I don't remember but we appreciate their insight. s/v Three Penny Opera
I guess it does what it is supposed to do. Give those that don't cruise hope. Give those that cruise with the crowd power. And for the rest of us a place to get a random photo published. Hmmmm Maybe I should think about that more often and actually send one in.