To change up the look of your boat, consider the benefits of a vinyl wrap.
That smartphone’s not just for talkin’, ya know.
Today’s vacuum gauges are more sophisticated than ever.
Believe it or not, busting rust on stainless steel can be both an easy and satisfying task.
PEX tubing and SharkBite fittings can make leaking plumbing systems sound.
Forget to wear a long-sleeved shirt when grinding fiberglass? Nix that dust with a lint roller.
Drilling Stainless can be daunting, here is a quick tip for keeping your cool.
Installing an exhaust temperature sensor and alarm can save your bacon.
On Wednesday, June 20, 1979, while sailing in a qualifying race for the OSTAR, Jan Gougeon’s self-designed and built 31’ trimaran FLICKA was capsized by heavy seas in the North Atlantic.
An amazing development by Chemical Concepts, meet Chem-Set 6105.
The fix for rusty wrenches may surprise you.
Sometimes, all that your self-contained air conditioner needs is a couple of shots from a common dock hose.
Here’s another nifty usage for the tapered wooden plugs designed to prevent a sinking if a through-hull or other fitting fails.
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.
Steve Zimmerman explores troubleshooting your Turbos
Steve Zimmerman walks through the pro's and con's of various methods of stabilization.
Steve Zimmerman goes over best practices for storing anchors while underway and broaches the controversial topic of anchor swivels.
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.
It’s high-season for hurricanes and fall Nor’easters. Is your boat ready for heavy winds and storms?