There are things you can scrimp on and things you can't, and knowing the difference is critical
The new vogue in boating magazines is writing about boating on a budget. But boating on a budget is like skydiving from a stepladder. Which is why the top of my head is flat.
With the right equipment, taking care of business ashore while cruising won't be the headache it used to be
Taking care of business is the last thing you want to worry about on a cruise. But being unable to take care of business can become the first thing to ruin a cruise. It can eat into your pleasure like a piranha.
Chez Nous isn't a powerboat or a pure sailboat, and it's been the source of Tom's nautical identity crisis
I'm not a psychologist or even a TV talking-head shrink. So I don't know why some people have identity crises. But I do know why I have an identity crisis. It's because I have a motorsailer.
If you're like me and can't buy a new boat every few years, you probably spend a lot of time worrying about finding people and yards to help keep your boat alive.
Spend as much time on the water as Tom has, and you just might wonder if you can still believe your eyes
When you’re out on the water, you don’t need to look for a ghostly pirate ship lunging upward from the waves like a fantasy from the movies. There are many weird sights at sea needing no help from Hollywood — some even stranger than fiction.
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