Join Editor-in-Chief Dan Harding for an exclusive sneak peek at the May issue of Power & Motoryacht.
The latest course from Boaters University is Safety & Rescue at Sea.
Sharpen your boating skill with these boatyard tips
Boaters Across the country are struggling to connect to shore power pedestals. The reason why will shock you.
A single helm seat wasn't an option for this New Zealand cruising couple, who found in the Maritimo S70 the perfect long-distance cruiser to enjoy their retirement.
Can’t decide where to point your bow? Check out these top boating destinations, as recommended by Power & Motoryacht readers.
Take a firsthand dive into frigid waters with the Power & Motoryacht team as they enroll in survival school.
Is paint passé? In some cases, maybe. Vinyl wrapping is faster and cheaper, and can make a mean-looking logo.
At 93 feet, Viking’s newest motoryacht is big in every way, and bred from a sportfishing heritage.
To recreate the Sanlorenzo SX88 for American owners, designer Marty Lowe focused her eye on the interiors.
The Tactical 77 represents a growing trend towards aluminum-hulled, high-performance, go-anywhere cruising vessels.
A year of R&D, 3.5 years of build time and a $20 million price tag to match all adds up to what might be the most technologically advanced sportfisherman ever built. Meet the mighty Jaruco here.
Power & Motoryacht teams up with editors from Anglers Journal, Soundings and Yachts International to put the Everglades 435 through its paces.
The Sea Ray 520 Sundancer evolves the family cruiser concept, one thoughtful feature at a time.
A visit to Ocean Alexander’s shipyard reveals the new 90R.
The best skippers are careful listeners and very in tune with the sounds produced by their engines.
Aluminum boat builder Steve Dashew reveals the answer to a common myth: are aluminum boats really more prone to lightning strikes?
As the world’s fourth largest producer of yachts 78 feet and over, Taiwan is a country on the move.
MarineMax’s winter rendezvous in Key Largo offers an inside look at what makes the company so successful.
In Hurricane Irma's wake, residents of the BVIs describe how they found the strength to rebuild.
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.
After a father and his two young sons were forced to abandon ship, a simple personal locator beacon was the piece of equipment that saved their lives.
They installed a Seakeeper gyrostabilizer on their Carver 57, and suddenly a couple with two young children were cruising in a big way.
Imtra’s new Zipwake interceptor system is a small addition to your transom that can add up to big gains in performance.
Sounds or vibrations a little off? Keeping this advice close to heart can help the next time you run aground.