What better way to spend a winter day than reading through the Winter Issue of the Rudder. The pictures just make you feel warmer. And it helps you plan your winter work on your boat to get ready for spring.
Active members list getting this award-winning magazine four times a year as one of the prime benefits of membership in the Antique and Classic Boat Society. The quarterly magazine includes human interest stories, some technical advice, some historical lessons, news of the organization, and always gorgeous pictures of boats and boating events.
This Winter Issue includes the first quarterly message from our new Executive Director – meet Dan Gyoerkoe. Chapter leaders share “best practices” and glean new ideas of what is working for other chapters. And how many of you turn first to the classifieds?
- This particular issue includes:
- News from International
- Readers’ Opinions
- Website know-how
- Preview of the 2017 Annual Event in Racine, WI
- Calendar of Events
- Boating Safety
- Featured Boat – Dorsett
- Report of an Odyssey of the Pacific Northwest
- Feature on photography
- Dock Busters – do you know what those are?
- Restoration Report
- Chapter News – this issue features the 2016 Most Original Awards
- 1000 Islands
- Bob Speltz Land-o-Lakes
- Chautauqua Lake/Twin Tier
- Chesapeake Bay
- Penn NE/Harveys Lake
- Heartland Classics
- Payette Lakes
- Smith Mountain Lake
- Southern New England
- Water Wonderland
- Featured Museum – Les Cheneaux Islands Maritime Museum
- Classified Ads
- Advertisers who are all important suppliers for the vintage boating community
Chris Eden is the editor. He is supported by contributors of articles and pictures which make this magazine one to read cover to cover as well as proudly display on your coffee table.
You must submit information for the Calendar of Events through this website. Deadlines are as follows:
December 1 for Winter Issue
March 1 for Spring issue
June 1 for Summer issue
September 1 for Fall issue
Classified Ads should also be submitted through this website at any time for the website and by the above dates for Rudder issues.
The Rudder is mailed to all Active Members of the Antique and Classic Boat Society four times each year. Start getting your own copies by Joining ACBS.