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FAROE ISLANDS

ISSUE No. 12

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Issue 12 of Boat Magazine takes you on a journey to the Faroe Islands, a cluster of 18 small but rich islands in the North Atlantic. Diving into the hyper-local and exciting new food frontier; the small but passionate nightlife scene; the surprising worlds of art, music and fashion; and then literally into the rich kelp forests that surround the islands, you get an idea of what life and work is like on this remote archipelago.

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HAVANA

ISSUE No. 11

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Issue 11 of Boat Magazine is totally dedicated to the wonderfully complicated city of Havana, Cuba.
The issue dives into the strict but passionate world of Cuban ballet; goes in search of lost Cuban recipes and the place that food holds in the city’s memory; studies the ups and downs of organic urban farming; meets with exciting musicians tapping into their Yoruba roots for inspiration; looks at the DIY skate scene; spends time with the city’s artists and so much more.

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TEL AVIV

Issue No. 10

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Issue 10 of Boat Magazine is totally dedicated to the fascinating city of Tel Aviv. Often dubbed “The Bubble,” Tel Aviv is an anomaly of a city, one that claims an open-mindedness that seems to stump the rest of the complicated Middle East that it’s a part of. In this issue we dive into all that Tel Aviv has to offer: food and fashion, music and surfing, sexuality and spirituality, politics and idealism. Yes, it’s complicated, but in the most wonderful way.

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BANGKOK

Issue No. 09

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Our biggest, richest, craziest issue so far, Issue 09 is all about Bangkok, a city that manages to smash and exceed all expectations had of it. We meet a 93-year-old orchid master, transgender women making a different kind of living in the city, child Muay Thai fighters, artists, skaters, record collectors, a Thai food expert, and emergency response volunteers who spend their evenings working for free a job most couldn’t stomach. We escape to Yangon, Myanmar a popular destination for Thai travelers and we hide from the traffic and noise in Bang Krachao, Bangkok’s “Green Lung.” Issue 09 shows both the light and the dark sides of Bangkok, and all the crazy colors in between.

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Los Angeles

Issue No. 08

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Introduced by Stella Mozgawa the drummer for Warpaint, Issue 8 dives deep into the sprawling city of Los Angeles and tells its story from the view of artists, musicians, chefs, car-dwellers, poets, palm trees, and the local fashion scene. We look the history of Los Angeles through a conversation with Kevin Starr, former State Librarian, and journey through Lynell George’s memories of its streets. We hang out in the here and now with musicians Moses Sumney, Superhumanoids, and White Sea and go on an illustrated journey from skatepark to skatepark. And we talk about what the future might hold during a conversation with Moby who’s famously made LA his new home. If you love LA, hate LA, or can’t make up your mind – this issue is for you.

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Lima, Peru

Issue No. 07

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Introduced by renown Peruvian writer and journalist, Rafo León, Issue 7 journeys into the world of cockfighting, Peru’s most popular pastime, we talk to the Lima-born legend, Mario Testino, about his love for his hometown and we feature local Peruvian fashion designers who draw on Peru’s fashion heritage to create stunning, modern clothing. We take a trip up the Pan-American Highway to find the first surfing beach, learn about recycling and garbage refuse in a city whose population has expanded by 1400% in 70 years, we meet with artists and musicians, eat a lot of ceviche and we tell you all about it.

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Supersaver

THREE Issues

£20

Los Angeles, Bangkok, and Tel Aviv for a discounted price of only £20 plus delivery

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Reykjavík

Issue No. 06

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When we arrived in Reykjavik our noses were soon buried in Iceland’s vast heritage of literature and storytelling. In this issue we mine deep into the country’s history; are awestruck by the Aurora Borealis; Christo Geoghegan takes Iceland’s strongest man to lunch; Toby Dundas, drummer of The Temper Trap, explores where music in Iceland really comes from. We spend time with contemporary artists Thórunn Árnadóttir and Siggi Eggertsson, and hundred-year old paintings are recaptured through Einar Falur Ingolfsson’s beautiful photo essay. A couple of the team even get into wetsuits and spend a morning surfing freezing Arctic waves.

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Kyoto

Issue No. 05

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Introduced by travel-writer Pico Iyer, the Kyoto issue is packed with stories from the former imperial capital of Japan. There is a story that reveals the secretive world of Geisha, told through the eyes of a feminist. We meet with a ‘Bonsai Businessman’ and his tiny twisted creations, explore the methods of sustainable forestry in the snowy Kitayama woods. We look at the history of traditional Kyoto sushi originally rolled for the Emperor; explore Zen Buddhism and Superstition beliefs; interview a Hiroshima A-bomb survivor, and much more. This issue closes with a special piece of fiction from Kyoto-born best-selling author Haruki Murakami.

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Athens

Issue No. 04

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We arrived in Athens in the eye of the storm – in this issue, we meet with entrepreneurs taking advantage of the cheap space in Athens and wide-open doors for new businesses. Athens is the only European capital without an official mosque, so we meet with a group of Muslims worshiping in a makeshift mosque. We put together a city guide from locals’ recommendations. We skateboard in the disused Olympic stadiums, we go out on the streets with KETHEA, a dedicated (despite harsh budget cuts) drug rehabilitation organization helping addicts to avoid contracting diseases, we take a look at the current state of the Perama shipping yards and we tour the best food markets in the city.

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London

Issue No. 03

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Nick Hornby opens the issue with an essay about the changing nature of London that somehow still remains very much Charles Dickens’. Jon Ronson talks budget cuts and Diana Athill talks about her long life in the city. We went training with Olympic 400m Runner and Youth Worker Conrad Williams, and looked at some of the more unusual places Londoners have chosen to live in. We visited five thriving sub-cultures in the city from a little Nigeria to Russia during elections, Simon Roberts took photographs of the extremes of the city’s financial landscapes, and Will Robson-Scott and James Pearson-Howes viewed the city from the top deck of a bus. We guarantee you’ll see a side of London you never knew existed.

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Detroit

Issue No. 02

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Our second issue is opened by literary heavyweight Jeffrey Eugenides discussing his experience growing up in Detroit. We go on a culinary tour of the city and eat as well as we ever have, we meet with female entrepreneurs starting businesses despite the dire economy, we ask a local record-shop owner to describe the sound of Detroit in 10 LPs. We visit Detroit Pistons, Ben Gordon and Charlie Villanueva, in Charlie’s home gym for a training session, and meet with urban farmers growing kale in empty lots downtown. We talk to David Robert Mitchell about his latest film based in Detroit and we close out with a brilliant piece of fiction by Megan Abbott. Whatever you think you know about Detroit… think again!

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Sarajevo

Issue No. 01

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What we found during our time in Sarajevo was pretty incredible – people proud of their heritage and culture and working hard to restore what was ruined in the war. We met with a professor of literature who’s published a cookbook believing in the power of food to bring people together again, we learn about the Roma gypsy community through photographer Jasmin Brutus, we talk to Oscar-winning film director Danis Tanovic about his decision to stay in Sarajevo and we have a beautiful photo essay of the objects Bosnians brought with them and cherish to this day when they left for Paris during the war. We found the city to be young, creative, and altogether different from what you might find on the internet!

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