Buying and selling a recreational marine vessel can be, in some cases, even more complicated and problematic than a real estate transaction.
Storm drogues and sea anchors can vastly improve your comfort level at sea. Often confused as the same piece of equipment, a speed-limiting storm drogue and a sea anchor serve two very different purposes.
With Ama Natura’s green dream finally afloat, Capt. Wilcox takes a step back to examine what gives his dreamboat her green soul.
Efficiency at cruise is in the eye of the beholder. And when that cruiser only gets an occasional three-day weekend away, the MJM 50z can change the game.
There have been some great success stories in the realm of green boat-building, but hyrbids continue to be imperfect and in uncharted territory. Beneteau and Elco may have struck gold.
A panel of 11 national boating leaders who serve as a sounding board for BoatUS gathered last week with senior leadership from the boater organization to discuss key issues.
Calling all photo-boaters! This year’s November/December issue features the debut of a new section in the front of the magazine, VIEWFINDER, and we need your help.
When I say there’s something powerboaters can learn from sailors, let me make one thing abundantly clear: I’m not talking about the day sailor hogging the middle of the channel with a trail of exhaust water spurting from his boat’s stern. I’m talking about the men and women competing in perhaps the sport’s most grueling event, the Volvo Ocean Race.
A weekend boating accident in the Great Lakes region led investigators to arrest a 32-year-old skipper who now faces alcohol-related charges.
It's wet and gray here on a mooring float in Northeast Harbor, but we're enjoying a distinctly non-electronic improvement to Gizmo's gear list. It's a new bow awning that lets us keep the hatches open despite the rain bursts.