When it comes to buying a new generator, bigger is not always better.
Your fuel-water separator may not be the most glamorous thing on your boat, but it could be one of the most important. Check out our guide to how to best take care of your system.
It turns out the Boy Scouts were right, preparation is key, particularly when you're boating. Here are some things you should be doing on dry land to maximize your time on the...
You may be surprised to learn what switching to a freshwater toilet can do for your boat—and your quality of life on board.
Solar power has been around for a long time, but in recent years advancements have been made that make it more practical and efficient for use on your boat. Still skeptical? You...
Our expert walks you through ten easy, but important, tips that will help you keep your boat running smoothly.
How do you guarantee squeaky-clean fuel? Try an ESI Total Fuel Management fuel-polishing system like the one we’re installing on Arawak, our 1996 Grand Banks project boat.
Power & Motoryacht and the MyBoatWorks team embark on replacing the air-conditioning units aboard our Grand Banks 42 project boat.
There's plenty of stuff in your engine room that can hurt you if you're not careful. Know how to be safe in your machinery spaces and you'll improve your maintenance. See how here.
The ABCs of Marine Batteries.
If you know the type of marine batteries you have on your boat, there's a good chance you won't need to do anything else to maintain...
It may sound too simple, but keeping track of your engine’s performance with a pad and pen can teach you a lot about your powerplants, and help you identify problems before...
Asking Santa for some reading material this year? Here are a few suggestions.
Nice and Easy on the Hard
Your shafts, rudders, struts, and zincs are important parts of your boat that too often can be overlooked. We’ll tell you how to take care...
The Power & Motoryacht editors return from The Great Geat test. Relive some of the most memorable moments
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Check out this incredible footage of the virtually new, $39 million megayacht sinks in 300 fathoms in the Aegean Sea. Questions remain from this 2012 sinking—many of them.
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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. ▶