(vessels, technical, computer, editorial and sailing topics )
Where And When
(events, news, views, money talk, places to go and classified ads)
Who And Why
(sailors, sporting types, all sorts, the young, the old and the funny)
If you enjoy a challenge, you may like to try your hand at our nautical flag puzzle an e-mail us with the text that is represented by the flags. We keep all the correct entries (they have to be 100% correct, so check carefully) and, when we have received 1000 correct entries we will conduct a draw. The winner will be able to choose from a list of prizes and we will publish the correct text along with details of the prize chosen and the next puzzle...
Readers 12 and under can try the Flag Puzzle and you also have your own puzzle - ten pictures, or parts of them, from ten different pages in the magazine, on a grid.
All you have to do is look through the magazine and identify the pages.
When you have found all ten, send us an e-mail with the list of pages. We keep all the correct entries and, when there are a 1000 names on the list, we will conduct a draw and the lucky winner will be able to choose from a list of prizes.
To keep loading times for the pages as fast as possible, some of the photographs in MarineZine can only be accessed by clicking on the 'thumbnail' versions (readily recognized by the border around them). That way you decide whether you want to see the photograph or not. The photo comes up in a new window which you can close when you are ready to return to the page. Try the one on the left, if you like, to see how it works.
Some of the other photographs are quite small because we felt the subject was clearly visible in that size. If you find any of these are too small, do drop us a line and let us know and we'll put in larger versions of those photographs with 'thumbnails' wherever possible.
As you will discover, if you choose to tour some of MarineZine's navigation systems within the individual issues of the magazine, three of them: the Simple Text Contents tour; the Table Of Contents and the Page Titles are each divided onto three pages covering the three sections described earlier on this page, to prevent lengthy waits for information to appear.
At the top of the Section Links Console, on the right of the title, you will find this button which takes you to a page containing links to all nine pages.
If it seems as though there are an awful lot of navigation options you're right.
The important thing is that you can get around the site with ease, just like flicking through a printed magazine, in whichever way suits your taste.
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