SAFE Boats Interceptor 41
Go for a 45-knot boat chase with the Department of Homeland Security.
Capt. Bill Pike's How-to Guide to Knots, Hitches, and Linehandling Techniques
A guide to all the knots, hitches, and linehandling techniques you’ll ever need to know, including demonstration videos.
The Legend of Al Grover
Al Grover and his sons squared off against a monstrous hurricane, a near-drowning, fuel-issues and exhaustion on their way to earning a Guinness World Record for being the first outboard-powered boat to cross the Atlantic.
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Cruising & Destinations
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.
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.
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.
Resurrection: Refitting a Classic Sportfishing Boat
The beloved Sea Lion II, a 1963 custom Whiticar, is given a new life after a passion-filled refit that nearly stalled out.