New era for All at Sea

It’s the start of a new era for All at Sea which, although now under new ownership, remains in familiar hands.

The much-loved waterfront newspaper, All at Sea, has been sold to the team who have been editing and designing it for the past eight years.

After many successful years publishing All at Sea, and before that a number of other popular marine publications, Sue and John Baggaley have decided the time has come to retire. December, which is out now, is therefore their final issue of All at Sea.

However, the paper is staying in familiar hands, passing from one couple to another with Jane and Mark Hyde becoming the new owners. Having worked on All at Sea for eight years, and in publishing for more than 25 years, Jane and Mark know the paper very well and understand how much it is loved by its readers, and they are looking forward to taking it forward into its next chapter.

Jane Hyde, who has been editor of All at Sea since 2014, said: “Mark and I are delighted to take the reins at the paper, which we have always loved working on. We would like to thank Sue and John for everything they have done for All at Sea and wish them a happy – and well deserved – retirement. Although we have lots of ideas for the paper, we are also very aware that our readers love the paper and so we want to reassure them that it will be very much a case of business as usual at All at Sea. We’re looking forward to seeing what 2023 brings.”

All at Sea is a free monthly newspaper, available in print and online, sharing the latest boating news from new launches and boat shows to the latest kit and boating holidays. The paper also features advice from industry experts, interviews with people from all areas of the marine world, plus fascinating features from well-known writers such as David Henshall.

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