Q. I suddenly can’t access my account. Why??
A. We have recently adopted a new system of processing payments. If you subscribed before June 20, 2017, you must reset your password to access your account.
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Q. Why is August 11, 2017 a big day for our subscribers with monthly accounts?
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A. Signing up is fast and easy. Just click on the SUBSCRIBE button at the top right of the page. We charge by the month at $2.99 or by the year at $29.99, a savings of 16%. As long as your credit card remains valid, you need to take no action to keep your subscription current. We’ll alert you when your card expires; you’ll simply need to renew your card with us in order to maintain your subscription. New issues go live on the first weekday of each month.

Q. Can I give a gift subscription?
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Q. What’s included in a subscription?
A. Your subscription to Small Boats Monthly will give you complete access to not only our current issue, but also to every issue we’ve already published. Your subscription includes Apps for iOS and Android (coming soon)! Keeping your subscription active will give you continuous access to our ever-growing archives—and to the current issue.

Q. What forms of payment do you accept?
A. We accept MasterCard, VISA, Discover, and American Express.

Q. Do you have a print edition?
A. Yes and no. Each December, we publish a print magazine called Small Boats. It’s available on the newsstand only and through the WoodenBoat Store, and is a selection of the content you’ll find in Small Boats Monthly. So, yes we publish a print magazine dedicated to small boats. But no, we do not publish a print replica of all of our monthly content. To have access to all of the content, you must subscribe.

Q. Where do you find your stories?
A. Our editors are passionate about all kinds of small boats, and are always seeking narrative pieces and boats for our profiles. We also rely upon our readers—our community—to keep us informed of developments in the world of small boats. These subjects might include new equipment and techniques for boating and camping, people taking interesting trips, new water trails, and surprising topics that we might not have dreamed of. If you have a suggestion for a story, please send an e-mail to Christopher Cunningham, Editor, at chris.cunningham@woodenboat.com.

Q. How can I contribute an article to Small Boats Monthly?
A. We welcome article proposals from our readers. Please review our Editorial Guidelines, which describe in detail what we’re seeking, and how to send it. You’re also welcome to email us your suggestions for articles; we’ll try to find a writer who can cover the topics you’re interested in. E-mail Christopher Cunningham, Editor, at chris.cunningham@woodenboat.com.

Q. Can I get a Small Boats Monthly T-shirt?
A. Yes indeed, and in any color you want, as long as it’s black. You’ll find our Special Edition T at the WoodenBoat Store, with easy, secure online ordering.
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