These millennials restored a wooden catboat replica to join Port Townsend’s daysailing charter scene
Pursuit’s S 358 Sport is packed to the gills with amenities, offering something for everyone in the family
Novice and experienced boaters alike are flocking to instructional charters in Florida, the Bahamas and the Virgin Islands
When it comes to electric boats, Scandinavian builders are leading the charge
Almost two decades after Bob Johnstone founded MJM Yachts, his son Peter expands the family business with the launch of a new boat, the 3z Dual Console.
Hinckley’s new outboard-powered 35 represents the evolution of a legacy brand
With new boaters everywhere,
accidents are up. experienced skippers need to think smart to stay safe
On the hunt for one of the first harbors in the New World documented by Europeans and misplaced by modern science
Boat buyers may soon encounter a lithium-powered replacement for conventional gensets powered by gasoline and diesel FUEL
For classic yacht sailors, the Eggemoggin Reach Regatta is much more than a race
A father-and-son boatbuilding team cruise 1,400 miles up the Inside Passage using solar energy to generate power and prove their vessel has legs
The latest electronics can make a trip through the soup much more comfortable
A dazzling fleet of classic yachts convene in Rhode Island for the Herreshoff Marine Museum Golden Jubilee
With fall boat shows just around the corner, boatbuilders unveil a fleet of tantalizing new models.
After a restoration at Safe Harbor New England Boatworks, this classic is once again ready to race
In Maine, an 83-year-old fleet of International One-Designs keeps going, and growing.
Fishing out of Kent Narrows, Maryland, a new generation of Black captains strives to keep the family head boat charter business thriving.