Meet the volunteers of the UK’s Royal National Lifeboat Institution, which has been saving lives at sea since 1824.
A fresh boating season dawns with a sharp-looking fleet of new boats to dream about. Check out some of the hottest new models for spring.
These are the books and videos we’re bringing on board this month.
Proven unstoppable in her own right, Kristen Greenaway is very driven to put a
regional maritime museum on a much larger map.
Could Bridgeport, Connecticut, become just as much of a boating destination as Newport, Rhode Island?
Adrienne and Michael Culpepper of Galveston, Texas, travel the globe to find nautical history in far-flung ship-breaking yards.
At Barton & Gray, a white-glove, luxury yacht-sharing concept comes of age.
Ed Louchard makes knives, sheaves, blocks and more from scratch, without digital apps or algorithms.
Maintaining the 91-year-old engine on the David B is an exciting endeavor for diesel buffs.
The next time you travel the Intracoastal Waterway, take the time to pull into Beaufort, South Carolina.
Larry Graf’s passion for engineering drives the designs behind a line of seaworthy power cats.
The 31-foot Bertram Old Fashioned is reborn from a stripped-down hull.
Bereft by the loss of her son, a mother finds solace, friendship and courage learning how to sail.
Builders of midrange yachts say impending emissions regulations may force them to stop selling certain models, which could be bad news for consumers.
Pacific Northwest boats are built for the region’s tough conditions, which makes them capable of going pretty much anywhere.
An antique craft of unknown origin is the center of one woman’s world.
A 53-foot trimaran driven by artificial intelligence will make the same journey as the ship that crossed the Atlantic in 1620.
Viking Yachts bets big by launching Valhalla Boatworks and a new trio of slick offshore center consoles.
A ride offshore aboard a Ribcraft 9.0 shows how RIBs have evolved to become great all-purpose boats.