Three new designs from a trio of Midwest builders represent a new breed of hybrid family cruiser that has been in the making for quite some time.
Nordhavn’s brand-new N41 is just the right boat for two very seasoned cruising couples.
Rooted in traditional workboat design, the Downeast Peapod is being reimagined for a new generation of boating enthusiasts.
Named after a famous solo
sailor from Argentina, this 1933 cutter still dazzles and racks up the cruising miles.
Alternatives to gasoline engines are gaining popularity around the world. Will the United States follow?
A unique sail loft in the Pacific Northwest serves a diverse group of clients while also teaching the craft of sail making
As the spring run begins, we celebrate the striped bass, a
fish that’s been creating
memories for East Coast anglers for more than a century.
NOAA is making major technological leaps to better measure and predict hurricanes, as well as rip currents
Raised in a maritime family, Steve Bunker looked for romance on the sea, but found it in nautical artifacts
These production builders
from North Carolina take
design cues from the custom boats that rumble along the coast of the Outer Banks.
One of the most renowned yacht designers in the world shares his perspective on boat design past, present and future.
Maine’s Damariscotta River is famous for its oysters, but to get them out of the water you need the right boat.
From bareboats and crewed charters to learn-to-sail courses, people are flocking to Florida to go boating
A nearly 100-year-old schooner with a rich history undergoes a rebuild to get her ready for a second century.
The iconic Chesapeake Bay deadrise workboat design has been evolving for 120 years.