Master the right knot-tying habits, not for your
own pride, but to improve teamwork onboard and
ensure the safety of the crew
In just two years, America’s Cup teams have taken the foiling ac75 class from nothing to going 50 knots
Many of us hop on our boats for a good time. But occasionally you meet people who use their boats to have fun and do good. Paul Robertson, shown above at left, is one.
Nav lights can ensure the safety of your crew. Know how to use and care for those on your boat
Even if your boat is equipped with a suite of electronics, know how to use ranges
In 2020, it’s been challenging to check the news feed each morning without bracing for a littlediscomfort, but today I didn’t wince as much. There were some encouraging reports.
Most of what you know about hypothermia and cold- water immersion is likely incorrect. Mario Vittone separates fact from fiction in his latest Lifelines column.
Don’t cheap out on backup electronics for your boat
As I write this, Hurricane Sally lurches ashore. Her winds are battering Alabama and Florida as the center moves over the Panhandle, putting places like Pensacola, Florida, largely underwater.
New boat owners are learning that seamanship skills take time and experience to acquire
Confused by all of the weather apps on the horizon? Here’s how to select and customize the app that‘s right for you.
A seasoned cruiser gets hooked on laid-back and lovely Onset Bay in Massachusetts, also known as the gateway to Cape Cod.
Daytime swordfishing is easier and more accessible than many anglers realize.
You may be out of your depth if you only rely on a chart to keep you out of
A white-knuckle ride teaches a captain about the dangers of a microburst.
To catch mahi-mahi in the Northeast this summer, anglers must be as quick as these fish.
It’s your obligation to watch your wake and be courteous to other boat operators.
A healthy fishery has spawned a culture of cobia cowboys, die-hard anglers who spend every summer moment on the hunt.
Is your first aid kit equipped and ready for a real medical emergency?
As water temperatures warm, anglers are pumped to find more marlin in the Northeast.