Dan and Simon break down what it was like cruising with the Jets legendary quarterback on this special podcast.
Senior Editor Simon Murray ships out at the crack of dawn with a small contingent of Maine lobster fishermen.
Meet Simrad the dog. The booze hound fought Nazis, frequented bars and "lived a lifestyle that would've killed most people."
A marine uses offshore fishing as a tool to show combat veterans how to deal with PTSD.
The pandemic is creating a pronounced uptick in single-use plastic. By partnering with Safe Harbor, 4ocean is fighting back.
Coming in right behind the Titanic, Hollywood’s second most infamous boat rides again.
The heirs of Viking Yachts take the reins of Valhalla Boatworks.
Lost a valuable underwater after partying too much in the Ozarks? He'll help you find it—for a fee.
A Cigarette rendezvous reveals the misunderstood image of the Ozarks.
Loosely based on the life of Don Aronow, Speed Kills follows John Travolta as he portrays the speedboat racer and multimillionaire (renamed Ben Aronoff). But that's not all that's a little ... off.
For these billionaire NFL owners, the playbook is simple: take an end-around perennial disappointment on the field and buy a ludicrously large superyacht.
Since 1948, the world’s toughest outboard marathon draws all types to northern Michigan, where racers face off against stumps, hairpin turns, unforeseen wakes and each other.
International competitors will descend on Monaco to compete in the only event of its kind: the Solar & Electric Boat Challenge.
Join the editors as they enroll in a survival class to see if they have what it takes to survive a life-threatening emergency at sea.
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.
Take a firsthand dive into frigid waters with the Power & Motoryacht team as they enroll in survival school.
At Mystic Seaport, an ancient craft continues to be taught— the art of restoring wooden ships.
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.
There’s a good chance you know the book but don’t recognize the man.
The Blue Marine Foundation has partnered with the yacht industry to protect a growing swath of ocean. But there's still work to be done.
You need a million eyes in Newport—on a good day.
The holidays are the perfect time to curl up with a salty story. Here’s what the editors are reading (and rereading). See our picks here.
Dedicated to helping disabled combat veterans, this 501c3 nonprofit was founded in Miami by a Marine veteran. This is his story.