The Classic Cruising Companion

56-year-old guide gets a face-lift
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     Waterway Guide, the indispensable cruising companion for sail and power boaters alike, unveiled its redesigned Mid-Atlantic 2003 edition at the United States Sailboat Show in Annapolis, MD this past October. The new Guide features a new spiral-bound format, heavier paper stock and detailed navigational information geographically organized for quick and easy reference on the Chesapeake Bay and Intracoastal Waterway.
     In addition to enhancing the Waterway Guide's cosmetic appearance, the redesign focused on the clarity, accuracy and smart organization of navigational text, updates of vital information on more than 700 marinas in the Mid-Atlantic region and chart enlargement for more visual context- all in an effort to make the guide easier to use than ever before.

     According to Jack Dozier, Waterway Guide's new owner and publisher, "The new spiral binding means that the guide can lay flat on helm station, and vibrant new color-coded sections will allow boaters to find their cruising territory in a snap." Also,

     Our favorite feature of the new guide is the inside back flap, which not only folds over to keep the pages clean and dry, but which also has printed on it select ICW bridges and waypoints for the Mid-Atlantic region. This makes for super easy access to bridge information you will need while cruising up and down the ICW, without having to read the fine print on the chart. If you are looking to update your Waterway Guide collection, now is the time to do it!

     The 2003 Mid-Atlantic Waterway Guide is published by York Associates, LLC, ISBN #0-9723131-0-9 and retails for $39.95.

 See the 2005 Waterway Guide