Meet Rudy and Jill Sechez, mariners and philosophers who imagined, designed, built and now live aboard a 34-footer like you've never seen.
Despite the best-laid plans, nothing on a boat ever goes how it's supposed to go, even when expectations are low.
At 65, Stephen Dunn finally bought the boat of his dreams. Then, he realized he had to learn how to run her.
A model maker applies zenlike focus to creating masterpieces in miniature.
Waves are thrashing the sea ice in the western Arctic,
clearing a path for more boats to enter.
A couple spends seven years exploring
the Northwest Passage and beyond.
From the ashes of terrorism sprung the largest seaborne rescue in human history—selflessly carried out by everyday boat owners.
When Covid-19 struck, their flights were cancelled. They hitched a ride aboard a fishing boat, crossing the Southern Ocean in winter.
Storied seaman and senior Passagemaker contributor Dag Pike reunites with a ship from his past.
How a renowned American-built yacht helped set the stage for the end of World War II.
Bluewater voyager Randall Reeves defies odds to complete the "Figure-8 Voyage" in a single season.
How a boating couple saved a marine consignment and supply store in the Pacific Northwest.
One owner learns that working on a boat built in 1947 is one reason to love a classic.
These Loopers all completed the journey, but
each one did so a bit differently—and wouldn’t
have it any other way.
Meet the Alaskan man who makes a 14-hour boat trip weekly to supply his remote town with groceries amid the pandemic.
A couple outfits a Fountaine Pajot Maryland 37 for their second cruise around the Great Loop.
Replicas, restomods and spirit-of-tradition builds
are reshaping the vintage boat industry.
Lessons learned from a treacherous triangle of water in the Pacific Northwest