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Our editors share their cruise-destination secrets.
We here at Power & Motoryacht do a decent amount of cruising for work and for play. And understandably, we’ve...
Sometimes the ideas you encounter while cruising can open your mind. Capt. Bill Pike joins the crew of a Grand Banks 72 Aleutian RP on a cruise to Desolation Sound, with a merry...
What better way to spend time with family than on a bareboat charter in an exotic locale? Follow these simple guidelines and you and your kids will never forget your adventure.
A great summer cruise can change your outlook—if you do it right. A refreshing breeze, a quick dip off the transom, and the feel of a hull swinging at anchor can improve anyone’s...
Globetrotting cruisers Vicki and Maynard Smith make the most of their time on a Marlow 76LR.
After a 30-year military career, retired Navy Admiral Philip A. Dur has earned the right to cruise in style.
Peter Janssen shakes hands with the heart of America on a 700-mile leg of The Great Loop aboard a Beneteau 34 Swift Trawler.
Capt. Bill Pike discovers another side of the Pacific Northwest—and himself—on a Grand Banks Eastbay 46 SX during the ultimate three-day weekend.
Cruising home waters, even for few days, can introduce you to people and places you’ve never seen before! Here’s how to make a truly unexpected adventure happen
A delivery from the Dominican Republic to Florida on a neglected Post 42 reminds two experienced cruisers that not every boat is what it seems.
An experienced boater mucks up a fancy meal.
I’ve been fascinated with charts since I was a youngster. When I look at one I see adventure, places where no one else goes. So...
The further adventures of our sailors-turned-powerboaters.
We were taking our first cruise after making the switch from sail to power. We were certainly nervous about handling our...
How do life-long cruising sailors switch from a much-loved Beneteau 423 to a Marlow 57E motoryacht after just three months of boat shopping? We aren’t entirely sure...
Powered by twin Cummins QSB6.7s, Sea Ray’s new 400 Fly is a big 40-footer, its size is deceptive—she looks much larger than her LOA. But how does the V-drives, which free up all that interior space, affect her maneuverability? Find out here. ▶
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