Here's how Florida used postcards to promote fishing.
Artist Brechin Morgan portrays work on the water
The Acadia 25 trailerable pocket trawler allows a Florida boater to explore new places.
An owner learns that working on a 1947 Huckins Sportsman 40 is one reason to love a classic.
This design was part of a fleet that was built to take on the Seven Seas.
Henry Scott depicts the iconic saltwater clipper.
Marine artist John Stobart interprets a beautiful day on Buzzards Bay.
A boater who has owned a diverse fleet loves the versatility of his Stanley 36, a capable Downeast cruiser.
As they aged, a cruising couple switched from sail to power
A couple trades up to a Tollycraft 44 CPMY to get ready for serious cruising.
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
Today, quite a few boatbuilders use the term “pocket trawler” to describe the models they build.
A retired couple is living the dream as liveaboards on a top-notch trawler