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Tested: Windy SR44 Blackhawk

Tested: Windy SR44 Blackhawk

Having previously dipped its toe into the U.S. market, Windy is now diving headfirst into North American waters thanks to a partnership with Nautical Ventures.

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Tested: Sunseeker 90 Ocean

For Sunseeker, the 90 Ocean is the beginning of something BIG.

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First Test of the Wellcraft 355

Power & Motoryacht was the first to climb aboard and run the next-generation Wellcraft 355. Watch the video for a look at this storied builder’s new direction.


Tested: Cutwater C-288

Speed and handling earned this vessel the nickname, “The Ripper”


New Boat: Grand Banks 85

The new flagship of the GB line is what you get when a trawler marries a superyacht.


Tested: Yellowfin 54 Flybridge

Patriot, a 54 Yellowfin, blurs the lines between a convertible flybridge and a high-performance super console.


First Look: Bering B72

Bering’s newest expedition yacht is well-equipped to cross oceans.


Tested: Back Cove 372

Visibility and coastal versatility make this vessel stand out.


Wellcraft Launches Commuter 355

Decades after Wellcraft starred on the Miami Vice television show, the brand is being reimagined for the boater of today.

Cruising & Destinations


Waypoint: St. Michaels, Maryland

Tucked away on Maryland’s Eastern Shore, the quaint town of St. Michaels is a cruiser’s oasis with a picturesque harbor, a historical waterfront and modern amenities.


Waypoint: Lewes, Delaware

Lewes, Delaware, triggers a rumination on two kinds of boating: retracing tracks to a familiar harbor, or throwing lines for a new adventure.


Frontier of Firsts: Cruising in Alaska for the First Time

A summer spent cruising in Alaska offers a lifetime of first experiences for charter guests and crew alike.

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Waypoint: Cape Fear, NC

While the name alone is enough to strike terror in the heart of the uninitiated, Cape Fear’s coastal towns are anything but frightening.

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Waypoint: The Golden Isles of Georgia

From uncrowded beaches to beautiful boutiques, Georgia’s Golden Isles are a perfect springtime destination.

It can be tempting to stay in the wheelhouse watching radar, but try not to stay glued to a screen.

Boatyard Tip: Running In Fog

What to do when you’re pressing on in restricted visibility.


How to Stay Connected While Cruising on Your Boat

Want to get off the grid, but stay in the loop? Here are a few workarounds to keep your lines of communication open while cruising.


Waypoint: Captiva Island, Florida

Captiva Island, Florida, may just capture your heart. This narrow strip of land just barely above sea level is home to some of the best shell collecting in Florida.




The Pros and Cons of DIY Boat Painting

When the shine of your boat’s topsides starts to fade, consider a new coat of paint. To help in the decision, we weigh the pros and cons of attempting the job (or some of it) yourself.


How to Maintain Your Boat Trailer

Towing a classy boat makes you feel like the King (or Queen) of the Road. Keep it that way by maintaining your trailer like a pro.


Boatyard Tip: How To Keep A Seacock Working Freely

It's a good idea to keep your seacock levers moving smartly, just in case you have to close or open one in a hurry.


Using Outboards to Power Your Boat

Multiple outboards produce plenty of 12-volt amps. Use them to power your ship’s systems and you could potentially lose the genset.


Boatyard Tip: Help Your Marine Sanitation Device Last Longer

Adding water to your head before leaving your boat will help keep the internal components from drying out.


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