The other things to look for in this issue-if you didn't notice in February-are some subtle design changes. At a magazine, as aboard a boat, we're always striving to improve. Some months it shows up in a unique article, other times in a process shift that's invisible to readers. Last month, however, Bill Roche and Dave Norton (our director of design and associate art director, respectively) introduced a new typeface and tweaked Cruising World's page design. This wasn't a full-scale makeover but rather what we're calling a "resurfacing." I liken it to what you do after you've moved a piece of deck gear for the fourth or fifth time-you fill the holes properly, sand them smooth, then prep the whole deck and repaint it with a consistent nonskid. The changes aren't dramatic, but the overall effect is a cleaner look that makes you feel good.