We put a Sea Eagle dinghy to the test! Older model Sea Eagle tenders had a less-than-stellar reputation in the industry. The company says they've doubled down on the boat's comfort and durability. Find out how it performed here.
Knowing what you’re looking at has a key component: Being able to see enough detail to make the right decisions. Understand what marine binoculars have to offer, and think about a new pair—good ones don’t need to cost too much.
Better boating photos Under the sea—and on the surface.
The EcoPebble from EcoXGear is neither designed nor intended to replace your boat’s onboard sound system, but rather to keep the tunes close by wherever your party may roam.
Bolstering your boat’s safety doesn’t have to be expensive.
If your public address horn is looking beat—many are—then it may be time for a replacement.
Shore power cords are workhorses that can withstand years of abuse, but they don’t last forever. Know when it’s time to put yours out topasture.
Boats leak. Tenders get wet. And it always seems to rain when you most need to trek into town for provisions. That's why having a quality dry bag like the Sea-to-Summit bag we tested is smart to have aboard.