Editor-in-Chief George Sass Jr. cruises Australia’s storied waters aboard a Riviera 6000.
You can invest all you want in fishfinders and sonar, but it’s the transducer that can make all the difference. And then only if it’s installed correctly.
Our first look at the Sanlorenzo SL86.
An elegant, 86-foot Italian motoryacht that can hit 32 knots on the pins? Something tells me Sanlorenzo isn’t going to have to spend a lot of time finding takers on this one.
Outboard engines have gotten great: They're functional, durable, easy to maintain, and if you ask us, they can look pretty cool too. Read the five reasons we think outboards are here to stay.
The 60 Cantius from Cruisers Yachts retains the interior volume we’ve come to expect from Cruisers, but with a twist: She’s got a sporty profile. Read how she came together here.
Can a boat design approach the sublime? According to our Sightlines columnist, Michael Peters, that’s a distinct possibility. Read what he thinks about boat design and art here.
Five boatbuilders discuss what the breakout yacht-design trends will be at this year’s Ft. Lauderdale International Boat Show.
Find out why the entire crew of the Madam and Hooker ended up in a Costa Rican jail cell.
Our Boat Test of the Monte Carlo 6.
The Monte Carlo 6 may not be a Monte Carlo Yacht, but she sure looks and runs like one.
The Kadey-Krogen 48 AE debut at the 2015 Ft. Lauderdale International Boat Show.
The Hatteras 70 Motor Yacht debut at the 2015 Ft. Lauderdale International Boat Show.
The Princess 88 debut at the 2015 Ft. Lauderdale International Boat Show.
The Azimut 77S debut at the 2015 Ft. Lauderdale International Boat Show.
Federico Ferrante, President of Azimut-Benetti USA, discusses what the breakout motoryacht-design trends will be at the 2015 Ft. Lauderdale International Boat Show.
A warm sunny day on the water and cold beverages go together like, well, a sunny day on the water and cold beverages. That’s why us boaters—perhaps more than any other group—demand the most from our coolers.
Beauty may be in the eye of the beholder, but these 25 vessels are unassailably gorgeous. Check out the 25 boats we picked as some of the prettiest ever to splash.
Designed to help you deal with an assortment of leaks, ranging from a fuel-line rupture to a hull breach, most products in this set are relatively simple to use.
Intrepid voyagers brave the Bering Sea on a 65-foot motoryacht in search of the legendary unspoiled beauty for which Alaska is known.
Our Boat Test of the Prestige 750.
The Prestige 750 has all sorts of interior space, but you’d never know it by the way she handles.
Our first look at the Axopar 28.
And now for something just a little bit different, huh? This boat is so Euro it hurts—in a good way. The boxier-than-usual lines work here, and that twin-step hull should make her a blast to drive. And not for nothing, but that price point doesn’t hurt her cause either.
Our Boat Test of the Carver C43.
The Carver C43 may look unlike past Carvers, but that doesn’t mean she’s abandoned her cruising DNA.
When it comes to keeping your boat cozy, you can’t beat a cabin heater. But installing one isn’t as simple as you might think.
Our first look at the Fairline Targa 53GT.
It’s hard not to like what Fairline’s doing these days. Its launches all seem to be fun to drive with lots of attention to onboard detail. And the 53GT looks to be no different.
Get comfortable with your radar, and it will help make you more comfortable at the helm in all conditions.
Our Boat Test of the Kadey-Krogen 55 Expedition
Kadey-Krogen knows long-range cruisers, so we jumped at the chance to climb aboard with a delivery crew to see what’s up with the latest addition to its fleet, the 55 Expedition. See what happened along the way here.
A bow thruster and joystick install on our Grand Banks 42 project vessel shows how attainable this technology is for today’s boaters.