Afloat

First published in November 1989, AFLOAT is a magazine covering all things nautical in Australia and the world. Tune in to these podcasts recorded by Tim Stackpool to share a love of Australia's waterways and all the activities and people around them.

Azzuro: The little boat that could Afloat July 2019.

This podcast was recorded by Tim Stackpool, who reads an article from the July edition of AFLOAT magazine.

Azzurro The Little Boat That Could


SS Woy Woy

This podcast is brought to you by Tim Stackpool, who reads a feature article from the June edition of AFLOAT magazine.


Weather - Unexpected variations in wind speed near cliffs

This podcast is brought to you by Tim Stackpool, who reads a feature article from the March edition of AFLOAT magazine.

Weather Unexpected Variations in Wind Speed


For whom the bell tolls

This podcast is brought to you by Tim Stackpool, who reads a feature article from the February edition of AFLOAT magazine.


    The survivor of Las Balsas

    This podcast is brought to you by Tim Stackpool, who reads a feature article from the January edition of AFLOAT magazine.


    A vessel of substance

    This feature article was taken from the December edition of AFLOAT magazine and read by Tim Stackpool.


    Folks and their boats: More like an old friend

    This feature article was taken from the November edition of AFLOAT magazine and read by Tim Stackpool. 


    Folks and their boats: From flying saucer to gentility

    This feature article was taken from the October edition of AFLOAT magazine and read by Tim Stackpool. 


    My time as a riverboat captain

    This feature article was written by James Cryer and was published in the August edition of AFLOAT magazine.