Building off the success of the Grand Banks 60, the Skylounge 60 aims to attract four-season cruisers.
The latest course from Boaters University is Safety & Rescue at Sea.
Sharpen your boating skill with these boatyard tips
At Mystic Seaport, an ancient craft continues to be taught— the art of restoring wooden ships.
With only so much space onboard, sometimes it’s hard to know which tools to bring, and which to leave behind. Let our expert help you out with that.
Can’t decide where to point your bow? Check out these top boating destinations, as recommended by Power & Motoryacht readers.
When a family outgrew their first Fairline—and then the next—they found their dream boat in the builder’s proven Squadron 65.
In less than 20 years, Williams Jet Tenders have gone from longshot to dominating force in the tender market. Here’s Why.
Horizon borrows lines and design elements from the superyacht world to give its new FD85 universal appeal.
Don’t be fooled by the sporty lines of the Prestige 630 S—she’s built to cruise as well as any motoryacht
Set to splash in August, the Back Cove 340 combines an outboard-optimized hull design with the proven, popular interior of its 32. Discover the future of the Back Cove brand here.
It's been a badly kept secret that Grady-White has a big boat. And with over 50 rod holders arrayed around it, big is an understatement.
This century-old, family-owned company has staked its reputation on the ability to craft cruising yachts for those who like to strike out on their own.
A highly practical, tough-as-nails, fully trailerable, fun-as-fun-can-be cruiser
A swim in the freezing water of Long Island Sound reminds Editor-in-Chief Dan Harding the value of being prepared.
As the world’s fourth largest producer of yachts measuring 78 feet in length and over—and home to Horizon Yachts and Ocean Alexander—Taiwan is a growing global force in the yacht industry.
When faced with a vicious storm and dangerous conditions on board, Capt. Bill Pike knew the only one who could help him make the right decision was himself.
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.
Is paint passé? In some cases, maybe. Vinyl wrapping is faster and cheaper, and can make a mean-looking logo.
Fuel tank have to go? Here’s how to replace it.
Keep your boat running smoothly by watching these critical details.
Like all things mechanical, thrusters need care and attention. Here’s how to maintain yours.