Did air get into your diesel’s fuel system? Here’s how to get going again.
When your boat’s on the hard, use the opportunity to check below the waterline. Here’s what to look for.
It used to be common to fill fuel tanks before storing your boat for the winter, but that was before ethanol-spiked gasoline.
A new paint job is a pretty big investment, but these pros say penny pinchers might want to reconsider doing the prep work on their own boats.
Steering systems are reliable, but these experts caution boat owners not to ignore them or you might lose your heading
Two of the hardest-working pieces of gear on any boat are the anchor and windlass. With a bit of TLC, they’ll work reliably for years.
If you don’t want to sweat through the dog days of summer. it’s important to give your air conditioning some TLC to keep things chilly.
This summer, why not take a voyage to “the end;” that is, the eastern tip of Long Island, where the town of Montauk welcomes boaters.
Pros say oil analysis is like bloodwork for your engine, and you should get it done.
Four experts share their tips for keeping fiberglass and gelcoat clean and shiny.
Modern outboards usually corrode before they wear out. Here’s how to prevent that from happening.
A modern commuter yacht that was built in the Northeast gets an elegant refit for its new home on the West Coast.
How one boat owner discovered the modern materials and techniques it takes to bring a Graves Constellation sailboat into the 21st century.
Based on a North Sea trawler and built of steel and aluminum in 1962, Sindbad was made to cross oceans. Fifty-six years later, she’s been given a makeover.