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Afloat's combination of opinion, hard news and features puts it at the very heart of the national conversation on sailing, boating and maritime affairs. At a time when many ports around our coasts are in the process of change, the needs of marine communities are being overlooked but it is essential this voice is heard.
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Afloat's popular online format has a strong returning readership with around 48% of daily visits being return visitors. In fact over the peak maritime months in 2016 Afloat surpassed its own record with an average of 90,000 unique visitors who availed of our free internet service.
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