A photo exhibit documents a century of women on the sea
Artist Russ Kramer interprets the glory days of the Grand Banks fishermen.
The world’s largest 3D-printed boat is a harbinger of how boatbuilding may evolve in coming years.
Dorian’s trail of destruction and trauma exposes the realities of boating amid increasingly powerful storms.. Plus, how to support the relief efforts in the Bahamas. Hint: Get cruising.
The books, videos and podcasts we’re bringing on board this month.
The Nordhavn 41 will be available with one or two staterooms. A 12-foot center console tender can be accommodated on deck and an 800-pound davit is standard.
A Rhode Island agency adds to an access controversy in Newport Harbor.
An artist's depiction of the USS Constitution vs. HMS Guerriere
Yamaha’s Helm Master joystick steering system does more than make docking easier. So, anglers, listen up.
Private ownership of U.S. Coast Guard lighthouses is steadily increasing. Is that good or bad?
EXXpedition, an organization that fights ocean plastics, is prepping for its longest voyage yet.
To really feel the atmosphere in Martha’s Vineyard, we explore the laid-back island aboard a Prestige 460 Flybridge.
Mystic, Connecticut, has a nautical history and modern seaport that make it appealing to boaters of all ages.
In the Penobscot Bay—Mount Desert Island region in Maine, we discover a thriving boatbuilding community and history that goes back 400 years.
Do you know what to do if there’s a medical emergency onboard? Pat Mundus offers lessons she’s learned from her own experiences running commercial boats.
The books, videos and podcasts we’re bringing on board this month
National media went on high alert after a great white shark was reported in Long Island Sound, but was the creature ever there, and how good is tracking technology, really?
This summer, why not take a voyage to “the end;” that is, the eastern tip of Long Island, where the town of Montauk welcomes boaters.
Direct injection is the key to Evinrude’s 2-stroke outboard lineup, to which three new models have been added.
Dave Brayton has been quahogging on Narragansett Bay for more than 60 years, and he has no plans to slow down.
These families have discovered that time spent cruising makes for better relationships and creates great memories.
Helicopter rescue swimmer Mario Vittone sheds some light on offshore survival training, and the importance of getting schooled on boating safety.
A cruise aboard the Axopar 37 shows this seaworthy sport cruiser is true to its rugged Baltic Sea heritage.