Capt. Bill Pike reflects on time spent with an old cuss with a particular appetite and the lessons learned from him in-between meals.
Is boating a great equalizer when it comes to keeping your sanity? Capt. Bill sounds off.
If you're a longtime boater, there's a good chance you've met THAT guy. Do you know the one? Worse yet, are you that guy?
The Big Apple is down but not out. Here’s why you should return by boat this year.
After calling technical support and receiving some bad news, Capt. Bill Pike fantasizes about a more helpful Siri.
When it comes to engineering, “close enough” is a recipe for disaster, and lemonade cans should not be a unit of measure.
Two separate 24-hour trips to the Pine Tree State help to save the author’s soul.
If that wonderful old outboard motor company hadn’t been part of my childhood, I’m not sure what the heck I’d be doin’ today.
Cruise back in time to “Old Florida” in this treasure-laden inlet.
Design trends overseas have this designer wondering: Where have all the pretty boats gone?
The Ebony Anglers fishing team is making an impact on the tournament circuit.
An abandoned boat is always a sad sight. Will it become Editor-in-Chief Dan Harding’s newest addition?
This 36-foot, 1930s William Hand was abandoned in a shed before one boatyard decided to bring it back to life.
The perfect destination for those looking to escape the hustle and bustle of the Mid-Atlantic.
A checklist for all the new (and not so new) boaters out there, to help look the part and keep the staring bystanders at bay.
As virtual meetings pile up, Capt. Bill is gripped by an intense desire to send his laptop to Davey Jones’ locker.
When we take on a new staffer, salty adventures (and misadventures) typically follow.
I’m no doctor, but I’ve found that a sunset on the water with a loyal friend can cure a whole lot of ailments.
By starting the program Brave the Wave, amputee Lexi Youngberg passes on her passion for wakesurfing.
Things take a strange turn after a prospective client comes to Bill Prince with a design idea, but can only talk after dark.
A stroll on the dock with a voice from the past reminds the author that beauty is timeless.
Capt. Bill Pike waxes on how “reading in the rack” with the right magazine can firmly put to bed the day’s worries.
Selling an old boat that he lovingly restored has Dan casting a critical eye on the “two most important days of a boater’s life.” Introducing 'Power & Motoryacht Audible'
Heading to a new marina, Capt. Bill wonders how he’s going to break the news to all of his boatyard buddies.