Marine artist Carl Evers captures the fury of a tropical storm.
At one time, the ice boat was the fastest manmade conveyance vehicle on Earth.
Here's what we're reading, watching and listening to this month.
Looking for a passagemaking powerboat with salty looks, liveaboard accommodations and a turn of speed? A fast trawler might be your next ride.
A boatbuilder customizes an iconic Maine lobsterboat and adds the seakindly craft to his personal fleet.
The island nation has a workable plan for welcoming boaters during the Covid-19 pandemic
A father-daughter team of Monhegan Island ferry captains shares the special connection their family has to Muscongus Bay and a long line of Maine mariners
A Connecticut couple contributes to the design of the first Ocean Series 63 by Hunt Yachts and creates a cruiser on which they are completely at ease.
Many of us first experienced the joys of boating as youngsters on lakes like this one.
Watermen of the Chesapeake Bay inspire artist Marc Castelli.
These are the books and videos we are bringing aboard this month.
Despite the Covid-19 pandemic, builders are launching many exciting new models this fall. Look for these boats in your homeport soon.
This centenarian sees little reason to slow her routine of working the waters in Maine alongside her son.
As the Covid-19 pandemic wears on, the process of buying a boat is moving online. Here’s how to research and shop most efficiently.
A weekend cruise aboard a fantail trawler reveals the many charms of the Lower Hudson River.
For all the precision of modern technology, sometimes there’s no substitute for the tried-and-true art of dead reckoning.
These family cruisers were among America's first family of pleasure boats in the 1960s.
Marine artist Paul Landry brings us to the docks of his native maritime Canada.
These are the books and videos we’re bringing on board this month.
Catching and eating blue crabs kindles fond
Where to find cruising nirvana just an island-hop away from Newport.
When Covid-19 struck and the Caribbean shut down, the Salty Dawg Sailing Association helped 184 boaters get home.
A ride on a Pulsifer Hampton reveals a lot more than the beauty of Penobscot Bay’s Fox Islands.
The Armory in Newport, Rhode Island, will be remade anew as an experience called The Sailing Museum.