Editor-in-chief Andrew Parkinson reflects on the remarkable modern age of passage making.
There are no rest stops along the transoceanic highway.
There comes a time in every older trawler’s life when her owner is consumed by the desire to spit on his palms, hoist the black flag and consider a major refit.
Coastal cruising has generated some of my most enduring memories and all the challenges I’ll ever need.
Ready to get back to cruising? In a roundabout way, the lessons of 2020 prepared us for the uncharted waters of 2021.
There’s no greater satisfaction in a boat owner’s life than the act of pouring blood and sweat into a project worth doing.
The newest 58E sports a new beach club feature and modern interior design, and has top and cruising speeds almost 3 knots faster than her predecessors, using similar-output engines.
For all of our sacrifices this year for the greater good, from the maelstrom came a few important lessons for us mariners.
In this episode, Andrew Parkinson and Phil Friedman unpack the origins of the word "trawler."