Our Boat Test of the Palm Beach 52. The Palm Beach 52 offers an exceptionally smooth ride and excellent attention to detail. Check out what happened when we cruised her down through the Carolina Lowcountry.
The Vestas Wind debacle raises points about maximizing your radar picture.
Our first look at the Mangusta 165E. This boat makes me wish that fate would bring the owner and me together at the exact moment when I would have the opportunity to save his life, so he’d be forever indebted to me and have to take me anywhere I wanted on his boat, as fast as I wanted.
Tenders make boating all the more fun. But getting small boats in and out of the water can be a hassle if your davit doesn't work well. Find tips to help you maintain your davits or crane here.
While many boaters rely on a weather forecasts generated thousands of miles away, all the information you need to make good decisions may be right outside your window. Here's how to make the most of it.
Our Boat Test of the Viking 75 Motor Yacht.
Viking’s 75 Motor Yacht—a cutting-edge cruiser with the engine room, performance, and soul of a salty convertible sportfisherman.
Maintaining boat engines isn’t rocket science, but that doesn’t mean it’s easy. Let us show you how to do it the right way.
Our first look at the Chris-Craft Launch 36.
The Chris-Craft Launch 36 is a pretty, versatile boat that was built to have fun.
Our Boat Test of the True North 34.
A test of the True North 34 proves that while propulsion packages may change, good design is timeless.
Never before has the underwater picture around your boat been so useful, and it’s only getting better.
Our first look at the Marlow 49E.
This is the perfect size boat for an ambitious cruising couple to cast off the lines and go live out some of their post-retirement dreams, sans captain.
Think being a gentleman comes easy? Think again. Sometimes even the most worldly of us need some help from the locals. Here’s what a few had to say about fitting in, standing out, and getting the most out of Charleston.
When the guys at Outerlimits Offshore Powerboats set their sights on a new V-bottom kilometer speed record they knew it’d be a big commitment. They just didn’t know how big.
If you live in a northern climate you probably prepped your engines last fall so they would be ready to go, but there are other chores to consider around your engine room beyond those required just to get your boat ready to go in the water. Let me suggest a few that perhaps you hadn’t thought of...
With only so much space onboard, sometimes it’s hard to know which tools to bring, and which to leave behind. Let our expert help you out with that.
Our Boat Test of the Tiara 44 Coupe.
The Tiara 44 Coupe is a forward-thinking cruiser that shows how this good ol’ American boatbuilder remains at the forefront of nautical innovation. The secret: Building boats people want.
Your boat may be about to benefit from a worldwide competition to provide the best satellite navigation signals. Read all about it here.
If you are using a GPS, MFD, or cell phone that is less than a year or two old, there is a pretty good chance that you may be using Glonass as well as GPS without realizing it.
Our Boat Test of the Sunseeker 86 Yacht.
This new 86 Yacht from Sunseeker may not be what you’re expecting from the traditionally sporty builder. But that’s certainly not a bad thing.
How well do you know Torqeedo, an innovator in the world of electric propulsion for boats? You'll know more after you read this.
When one reader took his Nordhavn to the famously harsh Bute Inlet in British Columbia, he wasn’t quite sure what he was in for. It turns out he was in for an adventure. Get the whole story here.
With the introduction of Simrad's open-array Halo radar, boaters get solid-state technology combined with a smart user interface.
Our Boat Test of the Riviera 6000 Sport Yacht.
The 6000 Sport Yacht from Riviera shows how well things can work out when you apply sound design to a great initial idea. Read the full test here.
All things come to an end, including bottom paint. Here’s how to cope with antifouling separation anxiety.
Michael Peters has an anchoring problem.
No moorings? No problem... But anchoring can present certain challenges, as the author discovered (twice) in Santa Catalina’s Little Harbor.
Our expert walks you through seven of the newest, coolest, and best marine-propulsion systems that the industry has to offer. This is a must-read for any hardcore gearhead.