The books, videos and podcasts we are brining aboard this month.
Here's how Florida used postcards to promote fishing.
Artist Brechin Morgan portrays work on the water
The idea of getting out on the water will have a new connotation this summer.
The new Leopard 53 Powercat is perfectly suited for the
laid-back lifestyle in Bimini.
The Coast Guard Foundation gets one of its largest gifts ever when a longtime donor ups the ante.
After more than a year of technology upgrades, NOAA is ready to build the best forecasting tool.
The new Sabre 58 Salon Express illustrates the fact that Sabre Yachts only look traditional.
Piotr Zin’s Z2R electric runabout is the fruition of the designer’s circuitous boatbuilding journey.
Henry Scott depicts the iconic saltwater clipper.
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.
Tampa Bay pilot Carolyn Kurtz has navigated more than a few challenges in the maritime world.
Center console boats have come a long way from their lean and mean roots, and anglers are grateful.
If this summer you want a change of scenery, or boat, this is the way to get it.
The wooden boat capital of the world bursts with stories, secrets and a whole lot of varnish.
Carlo Borlenghi’s nautical
photography stands alone.
Jimmy Buffett’s latest boat was built to get to the
fishing grounds quickly
Adrienne and Michael Culpepper of Galveston, Texas, travel the globe to find nautical history in far-flung ship-breaking yards.
Could Bridgeport, Connecticut, become just as much of a boating destination as Newport, Rhode Island?
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.
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.