A boater who spent years on rivers trades up to an Eastern 31 Casco Bay and finds confidence cruising the New Jersey coastline.
A couple on a mission to trade up found what they needed in a boat with a proven pedigree
A photo exhibit documents a century of women on the sea
Artist Russ Kramer interprets the glory days of the Grand Banks fishermen.
A New England couple says this yawl is the quintessential wooden sailboat
An artist's depiction of the USS Constitution vs. HMS Guerriere
A retired couple is living the dream as liveaboards on a top-notch trawler
Today, quite a few boatbuilders use the term “pocket trawler” to describe the models they build.
For one Florida couple, the smooth ride and speedy performance of a Sea Vee 370Z meets their needs.
With a combination of keen detail and Impressionist abstraction, artist and illustrator Rolf Klep created this compelling image of sailors on a lively sea.
A serious angler says the Pacemaker Wahoo 26 is a really great catch.
When a retired couple decided to live aboard, their search led them to a Pearson 365 sloop that turned out to be the perfect platform.
Ron Gallagher’s Jersey Cape 36 Express was designed as a marlin-catching, tournament-topping machine.
Seventeenth-century travelers coming to Chesapeake Bay were constantly amazed at the quantity, size and quality of its oysters.
About 700: That’s the number of Pearson Tritons built during its mid-20th-century production run.
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.