Our boat test of the Bertram 35. Bertram is back with a powerful, seamlessly built 35-footer that’s as pretty as the sportfishing exemplar that inspired her, the iconic Bertram 31.
A fisherman goes overboard in the dark of night. What happens in this excerpt is a story of survival, ingenuity, and dumb luck.
If you love the lines of a sportfisherman but think mass-produced boats are nothing special, you may find a custom wooden yacht like this Merritt 46 to be your path to fulfillment.
Boaters University offers unique opportunity to learn about marine diesels from the inside out.
Backing down isn’t always the best plan. Editor-at-Large John Brownlee gives some advice that will save wear and tear on the boat, and keep everyone’s shoes dry.
Our boat test of the Numarine 62 Fly. The Numarine 62 Fly cuts a sharp profile motoring through the mooring field, thanks to some distinctive styling touches. But that just hints at what’s going on in the interior—let’s just say this boat presents an interesting combination of features. Have a closer look here.
Tycoons around the world are different from the rest of us. They sometimes have to worry about the optics: the way things look. Here’s one story that presents just such a problem. See the even better solution here.
The 350 horsepower V6 4-stroke engine is Suzuki’s most powerful outboard to date.
A golden anniversary is a big accomplishment, and Fairline reached its milestone in high style. Where else but Mallorca in Spain’s Balearic Islands could this British boatbuilder celebrate in proper fashion.
Sounds or vibrations a little off? Keeping this advice close to heart can help the next time you run aground.
First Look: Aquila 36. MarineMax is introducing power cats to a specific kind of boater: outboard enthusiasts.
Summer Just Got a lot Cooler. The Coolest Cooler is a must-have for your boat this summer.
Our boat test of the Vicem 46IPS. Led by an ambitious new owner, Turkish builder Vicem Yachts is betting big on the 46IPS—and the company may have a few surprises up its sleeve.
Our Sightlines columnist Michael Peters sure was ready to take down Philippe Starck's designs. Then he saw something in them. See what happened next here.
Our boat test of the Invictus 370 GT. Take a sleek, sumptuous design by Christian Grande and put it into a sprightly performer and you will find yourself in the Invictus 370 GT. See what our test revealed here.
Virtual reality is already here: and it’s transforming the yacht building—and buying—process.
Our review of Tribord Diving’s Easybreath Snorkeling Mask.
Our boat test of the Viking 37 Billfish. An update on a timeless design, the new Viking 37 Billfish is the next step in the Viking legacy.
Our boat test of Greenline Hybrid's diesel 36. There’s more to Slovenian boatbuilder Greenline Hybrid than just multi-mode propulsion. The company does a lot with efficient, slippery hulls and onboard power management, and it’s all showcased in this diesel-powered 36. Have a closer-look here.
The Mount Everest of boating; a Cape Horn voyage. The edge of the world is not for the faint of heart—as Paul Hawran, owner of an Outer Reef 880 Cockpit and his crew, would come to learn on their journey.
These ultralight headsets make docking a calm and quiet experience.
Each type of marine refrigeration system has its advantages and disadvantages, depending on how you use your boat. Read this before you make a decision.
The best boat designer you never heard of... If you don’t know the name of Sonny Levi, you’re missing out on a very important part of the history of powerboat design. Sightlines columnist Michael Peters shares his thoughts on this man who changed the very course of his life. Read about it here.
New Boats Notebook: When Capt. Bill Pike took a virtual-reality tour of the coming Hatteras 90 Motoryacht at the last Yachts Miami Beach show, he found plenty of show-stopping details, including fold-out balconies and a flexible layout ripe for customization. Get more insight here.
Early Insight into the Azimut S7. New nomenclature is the least striking element of the Azimut S7 slated to make her debut at Cannes in September 2017. Have a look at how huge expanses of glass in both hull- and house sides fit together in an intriguing shape that delivers big-time in the interior spaces. Have a closer look here.
The Simrad S5100 has three independent sonar channels that offer high-resolution sonar function throughout water column depths. With the S5100 boaters and anglers can link to either three single-channel transducers or an array including one dual-channel and one single-channel.