New online sailing canoe magazine

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  1. Tiny Turnip
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    http://issuu.com/skinnyhull/docs/volume1-number1

    If you're not familiar with issuu, the online version of their publications is often really gorgeous, as close to a hard copy experience as you're likely to get.

    There's an awful lot of boat material on issuu if you search a bit...
     
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  2. troy2000
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    Thanks for the link.

    I just found Issuu a couple of weeks ago, while looking for a manual for DraftSight, Dessault's free 2d CAD program.
     
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    Thanks for the link to issuu Tiny.
     
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