These new products are some of the standouts for the new cruising season.
North Carolina’s rich boatbuilding tradition is alive and well in the work of these builders.
The Coast Guard Foundation gets one of its largest gifts ever when a longtime donor ups the ante.
The new Sabre 58 Salon Express illustrates the fact that Sabre Yachts only look traditional.
A couple makes the leap from landbubbers to liveaboards, with zero boating experience.
Piotr Zin’s Z2R electric runabout is the fruition of the designer’s circuitous boatbuilding journey.
Henry Scott depicts the iconic saltwater clipper.
Marine artist John Stobart interprets a beautiful day on Buzzards Bay.
The books and videos we're bringing on board this month.
Capt. Sarah Gardner makes her living on the water, guiding her clients to the fish and catching some of her own along the way.
At the Turtle Hospital in Florida, flippers get fixed, lives get saved and people get inspired.
Do the benefits of digital switching call for a conversion on your boat? These companies say yes.
Tampa Bay pilot Carolyn Kurtz has navigated more than a few challenges in the maritime world.
How do different hull types react in rough water? Each design has its pros and cons. Here's how to determine which is right for you.
Center console boats have come a long way from their lean and mean roots, and anglers are grateful.
The books and videos we’re bringing on board
The craftsmen who keep
Chesapeake Bay boatbuilding alive.
A Sea Ray shows the world where boating technology may go next.
If this summer you want a change of scenery, or boat, this is the way to get it.