Eastbay 43 Flybridge

Eastbay 43 Flybridge

The East Bay 43 Flybridge was a popular Grand Banks model drawn with good- looking Downeast lines. Sara and Scott Conner consider their 2001 model their dreamboat.

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North Haven 24

Sam Devlin has drawn up a new pocket lobster boat design that will be right at home around its namesake island in Maine.

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Vacuuming the Sea

A Rhode Island nonprofit is installing skimmers in New England harbors to help deal with plastics pollution.

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The Zurn Factor

Meet naval architect Doug Zurn, whose Downeast-style boats are synonymous with New England.

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The Real Deal(er)

The Real Deal(er)

The editors of Soundings and Power & Motoryacht teamed up with Staten Island Yacht Sales to learn the value of working with a reputable dealer.

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Cruising Heaven

Maine boasts some of the most spectacular scenery in the country. Here’s where to put the hook down along its coast this summer.

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Soon to Be Shipshape

A 107-year-old Chesapeake Bay tugboat is undergoing a complete rebuild in St. Michaels, Maryland.

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Running In Fog

Running in fog can be challenging. Here’s how to safely handle it the next time the thick stuff rolls in.

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Quiet Beauty

The quiet and remote island of Cuttyhunk is an angler’s dream where fish are very plentiful, but people are not.

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See and Be Seen

The Automatic Information System, also known as AIS, is a great navigation tool for boaters on the lookout for traffic on the water. But knowing its limitations is key to a safe voyage.

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Lifelong Love Affair

Bruce Kirby is most famous for designing the Laser one-design sailing dinghy, but this 90-year-old has done so much more.

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Beyond the Basics

Many times, I’ve wished I could step away from the helm of my boat but still control the engines from a better vantage point, or from where I wanted to handle a line.