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.
Thanks in part to the Queen Mary's paper-thin walls, Bill Prince is forced to take part in a couple's anniversary celebration.
A favorite of tournament anglers, Omni Sonar provides a 360-degree picture around the boat to help crews find more fish.
A look back at Power & Motoryacht's history of covering emerging technologies that changed boating forever.
A blind, single-handed sailboat racer shows Bill Prince how anything can be overcome on a family cruise.
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.