THE MAGAZINE FOR PEOPLE WHO LOVE POWERBOAT RACING

RACEBOAT INTERNATIONAL is at the heart of the racing powerboat market worldwide, and is for people who compete, spectate, and follow the sport in offshore and circuit racing.

Most readers attend or compete in racing events, and their ages range from youths, following the recent development of entry level competition, to those who are of an age where powerboat racing has enriched their retirement years.

PRINTED AND ON-LINE MAGAZINE

The World’s ONLY international publication dedicated to powerboat racing is available as a printed hard copy by subscription for delivery by post, or it can be read and downloaded FREE OF CHARGE on the website.

As our magazine advertisers are linked from our website to their’s, exposure is guaranteed to reach the competitors, builders, riggers, engineers, corporate and private sponsors, and the thousands of race fans who are passionate about speed on water, and who scan the site each day.

WEBSITE

www.raceboatinternational.com continues to gather pace and interest, being updated with current news from the world of powerboat racing several times a week. Whilst magazine advertisers also have their logos posted on the Raceboat website, we have prime advertising space available on our NEWS PAGE to run with up-to-date news items. Space is also available just to advertise on our BUSINESS SERVICES PAGE with your business logo linked to your website with a small decription of your service.

TO ADVERTISE

MAGAZINE & WEBSITE ADVERTISING

An advertisement in our on-line/printed magazine also includes a link to your website, or you can take an advert purely on the website.

For a Media Pack – Call us on

01202 625048

or email us here

BOATS FOR SALE

 3 months on-line
+ entry in printed magazine
£75.00 per item

DESCRIPTION +

1 PICTURE

To advertise your boat please visit the

Boat Sales page

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