Since deciding on a used Fleming 55, this couple are realizing their passagemaking aspirations while cruising the Australian coast.
When "fate" made an 86-year-old boat available to the Saiget family, they suddenly found themselves caretakers of a legacy.
For empty nesters Bill and Joan Nieman, the next chapter—living aboard their 42-foot Kadey-Krogen—has allowed them to keep dreaming big.
Having completed the Great Loop in his Offshore 48, this classic trawler owner still lives aboard, cruising extensively up and down the east coast.
Cruising the Intracoastal Waterway from Savannah to Charleston opens windows on the area’s rich history and sensuous delights.
This classic trawler owner fell in love the first time she climbed aboard a Marine Trader 38—first with the captain, then with the boat itself.
Through the stress and strife of endeavoring to bring an old fireboat back to life, an owner finds higher purpose in his labor of love.
A boater from an early age, her husband reintroduced her to life on the water when they bought a 1984 Island Gypsy to explore the PNW.
The Bristol Bay gill net boat is a remnant of a bygone era of handcrafted boats. Now, a Washington maritime non-profit is giving it new life.
An ode to the 1934 pacific northwest salmon troller, Josephine.
Huckins’ Hybrid Sportsman 38 pairs the best of last century with tomorrow’s technology.
Offered up on Ebay with no reserve!