People are buying two things during the Covid-19 pandemic: boats and dogs. Both require training and practice.
As the Covid-19 pandemic wears on, the process of
buying new and brokerage boats is moving online.
Patagonia’s nickname is “the end of the world,”
and rightfully so, this captain says after a 16,000-
mile cruise there and back.
These Loopers all completed the journey, but
each one did so a bit differently—and wouldn’t
have it any other way.
Brokerage experts say the market for trawlers and long-range cruisers is shifting. Buyers may hold an advantage.
Booking a week—or three—on board can enhance
cruising skills and ease the boat-buying experience.
One Couple, Two Big Dogs, Zero Boating Experience
Hull No. 1 Transits the West Coast and Its Seriously Challenging Seas
Loose mooring lines tax USCG with needless search-and-rescue missions
Ever wonder what happens to all the mangled boats? Here’s a look at the current process, and what could be a better one in the future
A new theory about rogue waves may account for some of the mystery in the Bermuda Triangle.