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WorkBoat magazine, combined with the powerful online engine WorkBoat.com, delivers the broadest reach into this industry. With multi-media solutions in print and online there’s a customized advertising package ready to deliver more customers to your business.


2015 WB Media Kit Cover In the 2015 WorkBoat Media Kit you'll find:

  • Print and Online Opportunities  
  • Information About the Online Audience 
  • Reader Demographics 
  • Editorial Calendar  

Buyers and suppliers from the U.S. and Canada depend on WorkBoat & WorkBoat.com to keep them informed about important information that affects their business. Here’s what they had to say…

“Over the past 38 years Workboat Magazine and the International Workboat Show have been critical factors of our marketing effort, and they continue to provide us with great exposure throughout Marine Industry.”
– Chris Senner
Karl Senner, LLC 

“WorkBoat magazine and the WorkBoat show represent the full maritime supply chain. Through articles, ads and trade shows we are able to network with our customers and suppliers, learn and move our business forward.”
– Keith Whittemore
Kvichak Marine Industries

 

Download the 2015 WorkBoat Media Kit.  

2015 Editorial Calendar
 2015 Online Rate Card 

Sales Team Contact Info   

 

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Featured Content
Capt. Aaron Singh, Waterfront Director, New York Harbor School
Kim Carver interviews Capt. Aaron Singh, waterfront director of the New York Harbor School. Author: Kim Carver
October 16, 2014
Shipyards and mathematics
The lack of basic math skills is making it tougher to bring young adults into the shipbuilding industry. Author: Ken Hocke
October 16, 2014
The Jones Act moves industry and America's economic prosperity
The demand for Jones Act vessels is supporting 117 shipyards actively building ships as well as 200 shipyards currently engaged in vessel maintenance and repair. Author: Sound Off
October 16, 2014
A 'Bayworthy' tug
The 49.5' x 19' x 7.5' Capt. Kenneth can operate in any part of the Chesapeake in most sea conditions. Author: Kathy Bergren Smith
October 14, 2014
Be on the look out
Some say the Lyubov Orlova sank, but it could now be the new Flying Dutchman. Author: Capt. Peter Squicciarini
October 14, 2014

 
 
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