Bonnier scraps auction of Yachting, Sailing World, other boating mags

Por: New York Post Business January 22, 2021


More On: Bonnier, the Swedish media giant that early last year unveiled plans to sail away from most of the magazines it owns in the USA, has suddenly reversed course and plans to hang onto its boating titles that include Yachting and Sailing World. A company spokeswoman confirmed the titles, including Yachting, Boating, Flying, Salt Water Sportsman, Islands, Marlin, Sport Fishing, and Wakeboarding in Winter Haven, FL and Cruising World and... + full article

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