A sample of the cruising-under-power way of life, written for boaters by boaters. Whether you plan to spend years, or a couple of weeks a year, aboard, whether you’re interested in bluewater ocean passages, or enjoying a slow cruise on the Great Lakes or the rivers of America’s heartland, we offer stories of true boaters sharing their experiences and insights of the cruising lifestyle.
797.1 is a wonderful place full of fantastic boats and mariners—and enough inspiration to last a lifetime.
A father, a son, and a dream of zero-impact passage making culminates in a record-setting 1,400 mile voyage.
Nordhavn 57 owners invited PM's Trawler Transactions columnist Jeff Merrill to crew with them on a "short" hop offshore between San Diego and Mexico.
Forget the 5 percent rule. You’ll give up many other things to pay the price, whatever it is. Love always finds a way.
By filming their liveaboard experiences, these YouTubers are introducing thousands of people to the cruising lifestyle.
There’s pleasure in any boating adventure, but for some, it’s better—and safer—to be able to get to your destination a little quicker.
Couples cruising can be fun, but it can be equally romantic just sitting by yourself at anchor under a full moon.
An adventurous cruiser encounters the delights of Southeast Asia on a North Pacific 49 Pilothouse.
Good marinas make for easier boating. Great marinas are the stuff of fantastic cruising memories.