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Welcome to the best boating stories on the water from the editors of Power & Motoryacht magazine.
Merc’s new 600-hp V12 Verado isn’t just big, it operates like no other outboard has before.
Editor-in-Chief Dan Harding recently got behind the helm of the HCB 65 Estrella. With quint 627-hp Seven Marine outboards, this is one beast of a boat you won’t want to miss.
Whether you’re underway to your next port of call or working on your boat, or even on a walk with a friend, you can now take Power & Motoryacht with you wherever you go.
In traditional form, Power & Motoryacht’s newest editor joins Capt. Bill Pike for a run on the Betty Jane II. Join us for a walk-through of this beautiful Cape Dory 28 Flybridge
With fall shows falling to the pandemic, the team behind Power & Motoryacht and Outboard is working harder than ever before to deliver new boat reviews you can trust.
A late fall cruise in Connecticut allows the author to see her home waters, and the new line of outboard-powered Back Coves, in a new light.
When two powerhouse design teams and a world-class boatbuilder collaborate on a custom project, the result is the Hood 57 LM.
Yacht designer Bill Prince is tasked with restoring a treasured Huckins to prior beauty, while upgrading her to cruise into the 21st century.
The 33 is aptly named, as the German giant breathes new life into an old design.
The unique layout stood out when she was put on stage at the Ft. Lauderdale boat show.
A new power boater thought the MCY 76 was so nice, he bought it twice. Only the second time, he opted to upgrade to the Skylounge.
To gain a fresh perspective on the Tiara 43 LE, Editor-in-Chief Dan Harding enlists one of the hardest people to impress: His father-in-law.
Senior Editor Simon Murray ships out at the crack of dawn with a small contingent of Maine lobster fishermen.
Two separate 24-hour trips to the Pine Tree State help to save the author’s soul.
If a picture is worth 1,000 words, photographer Billy Black could fill encyclopedias with nautical stories.
If that wonderful old outboard motor company hadn’t been part of my childhood, I’m not sure what the heck I’d be doin’ today.
In the last months of their father’s life, Harry J. Beecham’s sons unravel the truth about an old, oft-told story of an encounter with JFK.
Dan and Charlie dig into Mercury's new 600-hp V12 and what it means for boating going forward.
Cruise back in time to “Old Florida” in this treasure-laden inlet.
Hit with the one-two punch of Hurricane Dorian and the pandemic, the Abacos begin the process of rebuilding.
A pair of underwater cinematographers who explore all corners of the world chart a new course on their Maritimo.
The perfect destination for those looking to escape the hustle and bustle of the Mid-Atlantic.
Just two years after the world was shocked by the sinking of the Titanic, another passenger ship sank in Canadian waters with an even greater loss of life, yet few have heard the tragic tale. until now.
The Tactical T40 is a product of the Great White North's extreme conditions. We head to Vancouver to give it a test.
Join the Power & Motoryacht team as we take the Protector 33 Targa to Montauk, Block Island, and Cuttyhunk in a single day.
Volvo’s Assisted Docking aims to take the fear out of docking.
The new system from Raymarine lets you control all electrical systems from an Axiom MFD.
Long considered a freshwater marine electronics leader, Humminbird takes its innovations to the saltwater fishing world with a new line of larger MFDs.
Fusion launches product that turns your boat's speakers into a PA system. The new Fusion handheld mic lets you use the stereo to get the crew's attention.
These three DIY-friendly projects will help you effectively live and work from your boat.
Not all indoor storage facilities are created equal. Know the right questions to ask.
Bow thrusters are not just for bigger boats—today, there’s no reason not to have one on all but the smallest of vessels.
With normal maintenance and regular TLC, a genset can thrive for a long, long time. Here’s how to get the full life expectancy from yours.
How to simplify swapping out that old, damaged chunk of rubber.