Knowing your personality type will make your boatyard experience run smoother. Are you a Type D or a Type P?
Let there be (LED) light: A well-lit engine room can help you spot potential issues (read: oil leaks).
Got an old, trumpet-style horn that’s grown feeble and/or worn-looking? To replace or refurbish? That is the question.
The key to making sure your powertrain and shafts stay in alignment is getting familiar with the way your boat runs (and then staying familiar) so you can notice subtle changes in...
With marine-store shelves sagging under fuel treatments that claim to address a variety of problems, Here's a closer look at three that just may do the trick.
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.
A bow thruster and joystick install on our Grand Banks 42 project vessel shows how attainable this technology is for today’s boaters.
This is the easiest, most common splice. Typically, it’s used to put an eye in the end of a mooring line or anchor rode.
So you’ve got a quarter guard that got torn up by a piling? Or you need to plug a hole left by an extracted through-hull? Fiberglass fabric’s the answer.
Is Your Compass Deviant?
Sometimes your compass needs repair, or loses its heading. Check it now.
It’s hot, cramped, and hard to reach, but your engine room still needs a good scrub now and then. Here’s how the pros do it.
Easy cleanup and lightning-fast dry times are just a couple reasons why Pettit’s Neptune 5 might be the next bottom paint for your boat.
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.
The Princess 75 Motor Yacht blends cutting-edge aesthetics with the build quality the Plymouth builder is known for.
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Thinking of a unique name for your new boat can be tough, that's why we created a Boat Name Generator. Try it here. ▶