The small details make a big difference when it comes time to sell your boat. Follow these tips and get a better return.
The author recalls trying to wrangle a pesky catamaran and protect a beloved photographer.
Lessons of the seafaring life arrive firmly but gently. Don’t let ‘em scare you off!
As day-boats continue to grow in size, designer Bill Prince wonders if we’re not far off from the “day-superyacht.”
Slowly and then all at once, electric propulsion seems to be gaining traction.
You either have it or you don’t. There is simply no substitute for passion, the “fire in the belly.”
Hopping around boats takes a toll on the knees and back, so Capt. Bill decides to make an investment...in a yoga mat.
Bill Prince looks back on 25 years of attending the largest in-water boat show in the world: Ft. Lauderdale.
An introduction to the Power and Motoryacht Podcast, where you’ll find deep dives, interviews and much more.
Experts are warning of a silver tsunami, or the “aging out” of skilled labor. Mariners decided to do something about it.
When you consider yourself a professional in all things nautical, it gets downright difficult to accept the truth: sometimes, other people can do it better.
Legendary designer and Power and Motoryacht columnist Tom Fexas left an indelible impression that influences our writing style today. Capt. Bill Pike and Dan remember Fexas and revisit one of his most endearing columns.
A professional boatbuilder finally settles the age-old claim that people have been misstating for years.
Are engine rooms in danger of becoming extinct? New and bigger propulsion options are changing the way boats are designed and enjoyed.
Nothing beats a long-term career in marine journalism, even though it can sometimes be detrimental to your health.
Special Tribute: Working the Water 20 Years After 9/11
The peanut gallery is not always as innocuous as the name suggests. Capt. Bill tries to avoid the most harrowing of “expert” advice.
In his debut column, Michael Rybovich of Michael Rybovich & Sons Custom Boat Works waxes on memories made at the yard.
Bill Pike takes a spontaneous single-handing adventure to a nearby island. The return, however, requires some creative maneuvers.
The iconic tuna tower's end comes not with a bang but with a bzzz—drones are steadily gaining ground offshore. Bill Prince explains why.
Dan comes clean about leading a double life: Dan the Editor and Dan the Boater could not be more different.
A contingent of brash, loud teenagers has Capt. Bill Pike shaking his head—and remembering his own wild youth.
Situated on the shores of Monterey Bay, this funky town features the best of what Cali has to offer.
All legends are not created equal but they share a commonality: following your passion.