Our Boat Test of the Fountaine Pajot 37. Power cats can change the discussion when it comes to cruising—they seem to change the space equation from the get-go. And Fountaine Pajot has long understood how to make the most of the shift, thanks to the company’s vast experience with sailing cats. Have a closer look here.
Could your generator be dying a quiet death? Maybe, if your hushbox is keeping you from proper troubleshooting challenges. Have a look at what Power & Propulsion columnist Richard Thiel thinks. Read his thoughts here.
It’s hard to believe that places like Guatemala still exist today, with big-game fishing opportunities unmatched around the globe. Head for Casa Vieja Lodge and you’ll understand what we’re talking about.
Our Boat Test of the Paul Mann 60. Not everyone is ready to own a custom sportfisherman. But for those who are, the idea of working with some of the most exacting characters in the marine industry is a lifelong dream. Just ask the clients of Paul Mann Custom Boats. We spoke to the owner of the latest Paul Mann 60 as part of our test.
A 16-year-old fisherman with leukemia gets a special gift from a boatbuilding Good Samaritan.
Our first look at the Intrepid 410 Evolution. Outboard power and an express layout combine in this latest speedy (nearly 48 knots) offering from Intrepid Powerboats, and it’s not hard to see why. Learn more about her here.
To become a top offshore angler, one must possess a certain skill set and knowledge base that come from years of actively pursuing game fish. Nowhere does it say you have to be a man to do it. See what we mean here.
German shipbuilder Lürssen builds some very large boats. How does the builder set them apart from one another? That’s a feast for the eyes. See what we mean here.
Our Boat Test of the Regulator 41 Center Console. When Regulator Marine decided to vault the 40-foot mark, they did it as only the North Carolina builder can: quad Yamaha outboards, an Armstrong bracket, and a hull ready for virtually any conditions. See the details here.
Better boating photos Under the sea—and on the surface.
Our first look at the Baglietto 46M Fast. When you’ve got a 160-year history of shipbuilding as Baglietto does, you’ve probably got very little to prove, except to yourself. And it shows in builds like the 46M Fast.
Sure you catch a few fish. And your cockpit team does the job as well as any you’ve ever seen. Maybe it’s time to put your boat up against the best in the world on the fishing tournament circuit. See how to do it here.
Our Boat Test of the Delta 400. This stern drive speedster offers a simple, useful layout with a few surprises. And her profile edges toward salty thanks to a reverse pilothouse windshield. Get all the details here.
Our first look at the new Viking 48 Convertible. The first Viking 48 Convertible hit the high seas more than 30 years ago, and immediately became the leader of the pack. Thanks to an ongoing evolution of design at Viking, this new version adds cruise-worthiness to the fishbox.
New Boats Notebook: Update on the Bertram 35.
The EcoPebble from EcoXGear is neither designed nor intended to replace your boat’s onboard sound system, but rather to keep the tunes close by wherever your party may roam.
Don’t live with dirty, stained gelcoat. Spruce it up easily by choosing the right cleaners and sealants.
When an accident changed the game for this boatbuilder, his sons went back to the drawing board to get him back on the water. See how one family’s will kept the boating dream alive. Get the whole story here.
The electronics available today have done nothing short of revolutionizing the way we use our boats to fish. But beyond the fishfinders and chartplotters that help target chosen species, there’s so much more to add to the advantage. See the upgrades here.
You are what you drive, and, in this case, you are what you dock. At least that’s what our Sightlines columnist, yacht designer Michael Peters, would have you believe. See what he thinks your boat says about you. Read it here.
Salty-soul Tommy McCoy recalls a harrowing effort to bring aid to Haiti, via a Hatteras Yachts 65, after the devastating 2010 earthquake. Voodoo and rough seas were the least of the challenges he faced.
Our first look at the Cranchi Sixty Fly. If you’re after “striking,” the Cranchi Sixty Fly brings a host of features and amenities together in a daring European design.
Bolstering your boat’s safety doesn’t have to be expensive.
Jittery about that haulout? Take the edge off with this simple technique.
If your public address horn is looking beat—many are—then it may be time for a replacement.
It’s always nice to see a builder staying true to its roots, which is just what Back Cove is doing with its new 32.