A fall test of the Tiara 43 LE reveals a boat that is loaded with smart cruising features and is exceptionally fun to drive.
With fall shows falling to the pandemic, the team behind Power & Motoryacht and Outboard is working harder than ever before to deliver new boat reviews you can trust.
With more new boaters on the water than ever before, many are looking to upgrade their craft with a bow thruster. We shadow the installation of a Vetus-Maxwell thruster to see how painless this project can be.
The editors of your favorite boating magazines have joined forces to create a one-of-a-kind show. Stay tuned for more on this exciting initiative.
Designer Lorinda Mamo once said “Every great design begins with an even better story.” After going to press on our Design-themed issue we couldn’t agree more.
The Grand Banks 54 brings together performance and a long-range cruising ethos into one beautiful platform.
A post-quarantine sea trial of the Hunt 63 reminds the author that the only way to create something beautiful is by embracing collaboration.
VIDEO: Take an exclusive ride with Yamaha and see how the new Helm Master EX joystick controls a single-outboard boat.
With their eyes set on the horizon the editors face off in the first-ever (and hopefully last) Boat Test Draft. Quarantined editors and new boats, what could go wrong?
Virtual Boat Show: The chief editors from Power & Motoryacht and Soundings Trade Only discuss the innovative design and layout of the French builder’s largest offering to date.
The editors discuss a category that is quickly picking up steam with the introduction of the Cutwater C-32 Command Bridge.
Travel with the editors of Outboard magazine as they travel from the Great Lakes to the High Desert putting together the only magazine dedicated solely to outboard-powered boat owners. We hope it provides you with the feeling of escape.
The iconic builder has placed a considerable amount of chips into building out an outboard-powered portfolio, starting with a 40-foot center console. We break down what this means for the brand's future.
In uncertain times there is one thing we can all agree on: We can use the escape that boating–or a good boating magazine–can provide now more than ever. Editor-in-Chief Dan Harding reflects on adventures past and his hope that looms on the horizon.
Taking your child to work is a right of passage for both kid and parent–a chance for them to see you in action. It's especially special when your job of the day happens to be testing the newest Prestige. Come aboard with Jeff Moser and our youngest editor-in-training.
The crew of the Summit 54 completes its journey from a cargo-ship in Savannah to a slip in Stuart. Join us for the conclusion of a unique adventure.
By Popular Demand: The editors put the viral Seakeeper 1 to the test. Spoiler: For such a small system this thing is unbelievably strong.
De Antonio Yachts are making their U.S. debut in Miami 2020 with a really interesting party trick: Disappearing outboards.
Capt. Bill, Captain Crunch, an Axopar 37 and whole lot of reasons that breakfast and boat testing don't mix.