In Hurricane Irma's wake, residents of the BVIs describe how they found the strength to rebuild.
We were able to crawl all over the Grady White Canyon 456 before its debut at the 2018 Miami International Boat Show.
Sharpen your boating skill with these boatyard tips
Managing Editor Simon Murray was among the first to see the Chris-Craft Launch 28GT at her Miami 2018 debut.
Editor-in-Chief Dan Harding tests the Azimut S7 off Cannes.
We were surprised when we got to test the Princess 62 on a sunny day (a rarity in England). But the surprises didn’t end there.
Our first look at the Formula 430 ASC. Formula goes toe-to-toe with center consoles with its new 430 ASC.
Intrepid's new 407 Panacea was built with the avid fisherman and adventurous cruiser in mind. Which one are you?
Our expert walks you through ten easy, but important, tips that will help you keep your boat running smoothly.
The Swedish, family-owned company founded in 2003, has in short time, earned a reputation for producing modern-looking boats with clean, sleek lines.
Yes, it has great lines and bold Italian styling, but the feature that makes Azimut's new S7 most intriguing is what you don't see: its carbon-fiber construction.
In 2004, Mercury shuttered its top-secret test facility. The company recently reopened Lake X and offered a glimpse at how far outboard technology has come.
A striking combination of high-tech construction and hybrid diesel-electric propulsion make the Adler Suprema 76 a build you won’t soon forget.
Sirena Yachts—a brand on the rise in the U.S.—announces plans for an 87-foot flagship.
With a trio of F350 Yamaha outboards, the new Tiara 38 LS no t only tops 48 knots, it redefines the center console concept in the process.
According to a recent study, fewer young people are becoming boat owners. Editor-in-Chief Dan Harding offers a challenge he hopes will have a ripple effect and help inspire the next generation.
When a wealthy investor never showed up for a meeting with Michael Peters, the jilted designer found his favorite story about racing boats.
There’s a good chance you know the book but don’t recognize the man.
Cruising on board the new Nordhavn 59 Coastal Pilot with the founding brothers of this proven builder.
The Tropic Star Lodge in Panama has a reputation for whisking you off the grid in style and putting you into big fish.
The editors from Active Interest Media report on the current state of the BVIs and offer a simple challenge: Go now and discover what the spirit of the Caribbean is all about.
The Power & Motoryacht team cruises to Block Island where something occurs that we didn’t expect: The tiny island brings back a childlike wonder in us all.
While cruising through the BVIs, the AIM Marine Group saw damage, destruction, and the one thing stronger than a category 5 hurricane: the will of the people bringing it back to life.
We went to the BVI to report on the recovery effort from hurricane Irma
Telemedicine is giving boaters peace of mind at sea.
Before you cast off lines for the first time this spring, run through this crucial list of tasks to do.
Could we be on the cusp of an electric propulsion revolution?
Clarion, a longtime automobile audio provider, wanted to show Capt. Bill Pike what it can do for marine stereos. Find out his take here.