The 31 Open stands out for its forward-looking application of big four-stroke outboards and is prized among serious fishermen who want to venture farther from the coast
Carol Buchman and David Godwin cruise the Chesapeake Bay on Katana, a Thomas Point 34 Downeast-style design.
In 1998, boatbuilders Don Campbell and Randy McCurdy opened the doors of San Juan Yachts in Anacortes, Washington, where Naval architect Greg Marshall drew the lines for the San Juan 38,
Kim Russo and Michael Martin take their Silverton 410 Sport Bridge for a second trip on the Great Loop
A well-found Nordhavn 43 opens up a few new cruising destinations for this couple from New England
With a capable tow vehicle and a Sargo 31, an adventurous family explores cruising destinations around the country
Two experienced sailors in a long-term relationship wed and then upgrade to a proven lobster yacht design
A young, active couple choose a Shamrock 219 Walkaround as their first family boat
A Maine couple brings their extensive sailing experience to cruising powerboats on a Stanley 38
A family of five tackles distance cruising in a Fleming 65
A couple find a downeast classic, and the right yard to bring it back to life
The builder’s new express cruiser can make moving up to a bigger boat easier and more enjoyable
This owner developed a love for the Chris-Craft brand at an early age
A cruise on the Chesapeake, and the search for tasty crabs, aboard Jeanneau’s new NC 1095 is the recipe for a fun adventure.
From huge, souped-up center consoles to carbon-fiber hulls and boats that transform themselves, we take a deep dive into the latest boatbuilding trends.