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When the going gets rough

Safely operating a boat in difficult conditions is a matter of your mind-set, your skills and your boat

Chris Fertig and his two-man crew were nearly halfway through a 780-mile passage from New York to Bermuda when confused 8- to 10-foot seas forced them to call off their attempt to break the Bermuda Challenge powerboat record.

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4 rough-water tips

Chris Fertig broke the Bermuda Challenge record in a 37-foot center console.Small-boat expert Chris Fertig highlights four important areas to be aware of when running offshore or in rough water.



The smart buyer - Sea-trialing a sailboat, part II

Editor’s note: This is the second in a two-part series about sailboat sea trials.

The sea trial is your chance to determine how a prospective boat performs. Last month I discussed the conditions the boat should be taken out in, putting her through her paces, how she sails, how she handles under power alone, and more. But the sea trial is also an opportunity to “live the boat.”



Cream of the crop

The AIM Marine Group Editor’s Choice Awards recognized the ‘best of the best’ in boats and more. And the winners are …

Ocean Alexander 120The editors and writers of Active Interest Media’s Marine Group recently selected more than three dozen boatbuilders for special recognition.



AIM Marine Group Editor’s Choice Award winners

Complete list of AIM Marine Group Editor's Choice Awards presented at Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show in October



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