Chris Caswell is an award-winning marine journalist with an ever-changing fleet, spanning both power and sail. In addition to being featured on Oprah! as a boating lifestyle expert, he was the host of Marine Voyager, a weekly cable series on the Speed Channel and the Outdoor Life Network.
Inside a Kadey-Krogen's Stunning Refit for Living Aboard
When these Kadey-Krogen owners decided to refit their 48 for living aboard, the skipper had to adjust to the architect, and vice versa.
How Four Digits Brought Me Back to My Cruising Roots
797.1 is a wonderful place full of fantastic boats and mariners—and enough inspiration to last a lifetime.
Red Sky at Night: Tips for Post-Apocalyptic Weather Forecasting
When Electronics Go Dark, We Go Old-School
CHARTER SAVVY: My Big Fat Greek Charter
When Greece opened their waters to bareboat chartering, it was an irresistible opportunity to explore centuries of legends among the Saronic Gulf Islands that are close to Athens, yet a world apart. For our time machine, we chose a French, Jeanneau-built, 36-foot flybridge cruiser with two staterooms and twin Volvo Penta diesels.
A Fresh Look at the Enduring, Ever-Popular DeFever 49
If you thought that only automobiles could be cult objects, think again. It’s not just a 1965 Mustang or a ’66 ’Vette that sets the blood pounding, at least not for yachting enthusiasts. Chris Caswell takes a look back at one of Art DeFever's best designs.
Marlow 61E MK 2: Inland Explorer, Offshore Performer
I omit the word “trawler,” not for fear that David Marlow will whack me, but because this yacht lifts her skirts and gets up to an untrawlerlike 27 knots if you need to go somewhere in a hurry.