Is your pride and joy no longer proud? Here are some projects that can help restore that ‘new boat’ feel
My boat was built in 1975 and, if my watch is right, it’s now 2009. I love my boat. They don’t make boats like this anymore, and if they did she would cost a fortune.
Quieter, more efficient, less maintenance — it’s a whole lot for a hands-on type of guy to comprehend
I don’t know what that thing is hanging off the stern of my boat, but I know danged well it ain’t no outboard.
There are numerous things you should have on your checklist whenever you put an outboard — small or large — on your transom. Here are a few.
I just love those times when I know I’m really great.I like it even better when I know there are plenty of people standing around who must be thinking the same thing about me. Unfortunately, these moments of perfection are much more likely to come when I’m somewhere out in the middle of the ocean.
We, like you, dream of buying another new boat — the perfect cruising boat. We’ve owned dozens of boats, from sailing dinghies to our current 53-foot motorsailer. We’ve lived aboard since 1979, averaging 3,000 to 5,000 miles a year. We’ve lived on the hook in the Bahamas for months at a time. And we raised a family aboard.
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