Don’t be fooled by their appearance. Trawlers often sport a traditional look, but they’re also packed with the latest technologies and designed to make cruising more enjoyable and safer.
Turning heads and tugging at hearts
One look at the photo, and you can tell it was a beautiful evening — an autumn twilight when the crisp air smells of sweet wood smoke and seems to be warmed, just a little, by the golden glow of the fading sun.
Increased speed and efficiency are helping fuel the popularity of stepped-bottom boats
The next time you’re at a boat show, you might be surprised by the number of boats with steps built into their bottoms. A growing number of builders have turned to the stepped-hull design to offer boats that are faster and more fuel-efficient.
Leaders in the boating industry talk about stepped-hull boats.A model of the first raceboat with a stepped hull - a 1910 John Thornycroft - can be found in Michael Peters' office at Michael Peters Yacht Design.
Passionate anglers and forward-leaning boatbuilders continually drive change and new products. Here’s a look at what’s trending from angling expert Gary Caputi.
Page 3 of 29