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Saying Thank You


If you want to show your appreciation for your favorite COVID-19 frontline worker, here’s your chance.

Voyage Charters is offering a drawing for a free charter trip, exclusively for a COVID-19 frontline worker, aboard one of their yachts in the British Virgin Islands. All you have to do is nominate that frontline worker here to get them into the drawing.

Voyage Charters runs high-end bareboat and skippered charters in the British Virgin Islands. If you want to know what it’s like to go out on one of their boats, you can read all about it in this May 2019 Soundings story.



One Cool Cat

We test the world’s first all-electric bareboat catamaran during a cruise through the British Virgin Islands.


New Boat Models Debut at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show

The world’s largest in-water boat show may be smaller because of Covid-19, but boatbuilders are still bringing their latest models


Flotsam & Jetsam: Historic Windjamming Opportunity

Victory Chimes, the only known surviving example of a Chesapeake Ram schooner, holds a USCG Certificate of Inspection for 50 passengers and has been sailing the Maine coast for charter since 1990.


Evinrude Production Comes to an End

The Canadian owners of the outboard motor manufacturer said they were discontinuing the pioneering brand due to COVID-19 complications


Ron and Nancy Goldberg

We started with sailboats in 1993 and chartered in the British Virgin Islands, Grenada and Guadalupe.


Any Boat You Want

No matter what kind of boat you’re hankering for, there’s a yard in Maine that can build, restore or update it.


Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show to Open on October 28

The world’s largest in-water boat show is moving forward as planned with Covid-19 restrictions in place and new models to debut


Say Goodbye to Seven Marine’s Outboards

Volvo Group announced it will halt production of the high-powered outboards so it can focus on sustainable technologies