Our first look at the Maritimo M65. The Maritimo M65 was built to withstand the rugged marine environs surrounding her Australian home. But those excellent seafaring qualities payoff wherever she may roam.
Our Boat Test of the Azimut 50.
A lot is expected from a 50-foot boat. And Azimut was up to the challenge with its 50, which we found to have comfort, speed, and lots of good looks.
Sometimes there's no sense in going down with the ship.
When it comes to speed and durability, it’s hard to beat Arneson.
You want it, you got it. We list the world's 100 largest yachts in order and also share interesting insight into the boats and their designers and owners that you won't want to miss.
Gizmo is one of the highest-tech boats of her class to be certain, but can she be more than that? Could we get her to be ecologically sound too? Find out here.
Our first look at the Horizon E84. It’s no wonder this boat caused such a stir at the 2015 Palm Beach show, where she debuted. Just drink her in.
Want your varnish to shine like the July sun? Here are 10 tips to help you out.
Our Boat Test of the Bavaria Virtess 420 Coupe.
German boatbuilder Bavaria Yachts has quite a following in Europe. And with three staterooms in a boat under 45 feet LOA, it’s not hard to understand why.
As I get saltier, releasing fish safely is what is uppermost in my mind to ensure others will share in what I have been able to enjoy.
Our first look at the Invincible 39' Open Fisherman
We catch up with the Miami Beach Coast Guard Commanding Officer, Michael Cortese, to find out how he thinks boaters can stay safer on the water.
Upgrade your windshield-wiper motor and add peace of mind to your next cruise.
Ask anyone who spends any amount of time on a boat, onboard comfort goes a long way. Find out how to make your boat even more appealing to passengers here.
Our Boat Test of the Jarrett Bay 43 HTX.
With a sporty ride, serious fishing amenities, and onboard attention to detail that will impress, the Jarrett Bay 43 HTX is a boat you need to know about. Read all about her here.
Like all of your onboard equipment, your windlass requires regular maintenance in order to live a long life.
You've been tying up boats since you were a little squirt, but have you been doing it correctly? Take our quiz and figure out how much you know and how much you don't about managing the lines around your boat. It should take about three minutes.
There is something inherently nautical about finely crafted woodwork. Maybe it’s because we value immaculate joinery or understand the time it takes to apply an even coat of varnish.
When the summer crowds flock to Newport, Rhode Island, Editor-in-Chief George Sass Jr. heads north to Portland, Maine.
Fresh out of college, Chapman Ducote had the whole world ahead of him. He chose to go to sea without electronics.
How closely should your oil match your engine?
The logo for Bertram Yachts has long been an eagle but perhaps these days the mythological phoenix would be more fitting.
MarineMax added bulbous bows to its Aquila 44 catamaran and compared the resulting performance. And Capt. Bill Pike was along for the ride, on both boats. See what he found out here.
Make the most of your summer on the boat—catch the fish of a lifetime.
A decorated Vietnam War veteran, our own Capt. Bill Pike, heads back to Vietnam in search of a conflict-era U.S. patrol boat, and perhaps something a bit more important than that.
An interview with David King, Director and Co-founder of Princess Yachts.