A leaky engine, a water-moccasin-filled creek, and a seemingly abandoned ferry boat: Experiencing Northern Florida aboard a Cape Dory.
Special delivery on a Fleming motoryacht. Come along on a voyage from Cannes to Mallorca on a Fleming 78 with European Editor Alan Harper. You’ll be glad you did. Read his story of the delivery cruise here.
Got a few drink-holder-sized holes in your steering console that need patching? Or a spot where an antiquated plotter used to be that needs filling in?
Our boat test of the MCY 80. Sleek, handsome, and spacious, the MCY 80 may be the best-looking boat yet from Monte Carlo Yachts, and she offers the performance to back it up.
Repowering is not to be taken lightly, but with some expert help and good advice a fine old boat can run like new. Learn more here.
Feeling more vibration on board than you are used to? A prop issue? Well, unless you’ve hit something recently, or run the old girl aground, it’s possible you have bad isolation mounts.
Hoist it, flip it, or stow it. Dealing with your tender can be a pain in the transom, but you can improve things. Here's how.
If, like most boaters, you take your fun seriously, there’s no reason to skimp on your sound system. Get your boat wired up the right way and see where she can take you when the music never stops. Learn about the latest systems here.
You love your dog. And you love your boat. Michael Peters, our Sightlines columnist, recommends you put them together, and when you read why, you'll have to agree. See what he has to say here.
The Power & Motoryacht team put Sebago’s collection of upscale nautical footwear to the test during the Miami International Boat Show. Here’s our review.
Our boat test of the Ranger Tugs 29. Ranger Tug’s R-29 is a tough little ship aimed at one demographic above all: couples.
The lives of superyacht crew have been the stuff of legend, folklore and—most recently—reality TV. The truth is often untold, until now.
Could this be the bilge-pump system of the future? The standard bilge-pump system has stood the test of time, but the times they are a-changin’—and that doesn’t suck.
Our boat test of the Oceanic 76. Stepped-Hull Efficiency on the Oceanic 76. Hull steps aren’t just for speedboats anymore. Canados built a step into the hull of its Oceanic 76 to change the efficiency and running characteristics of its hull on long cruising legs. In short, it just adds to the luxury. Read the full test of this Italian yacht here.
Thousands of boats are stolen each year. Max Hardberger recovers some of them using alcohol, witch doctors and other forms of guile.
Our first look at the Horizon RP120. Smart and stylish, the fine points on the Horizon RP120 go right down into the bilge.
Whether you do your boating on a big-time sportfisherman or a pocket cruiser, boaters typically have two things in common, a love of the water and use for a solid, reliable tender. We scoured the boat shows across the country in search of the best new tenders.
Our boat test of the Hampton 650. The Hampton 650 Pilothouse is smooth, quiet, and comfortable. But it's not all about performance. Contemporary design and decor? It has that too.
Remember when a 40-foot center console was once considered an oddity? Not anymore.
If your inboard(s) should fail, you have a very important--and potentially costly--decision to make. We help you decide if you should repair, rebuild, or remanufacture them.
The Valkyrie, a Burger 72 built in 1988, is still turning heads because of her tasteful design aesthetic.
Think you can trust a buddy with a secret fishing spot? Think again!
Our first look at the Schaefer Yachts 560.
Our first look at the Fairline Squadron 53.
Our first look at the Boston Whaler 330 Outrage.
Why isn’t your new yacht making her contract speed? Why are her turns to starboard tighter than those to port? Answering such questions definitively has been virtually impossible over the years. Not anymore.