When an eerie fog rolls over Gosport Harbor, you can't help but feel "The Weight of Water."
You can spend months exploring these approximately 800 islets. Some boaters are so enchanted, they never leave.
Leave your cares—and straw hats—behind when you explore these majestic islands.
Penobscot Bay embodies all that is the Maine coast: charming working waterfronts, extraordinary gunkholing and, of course, lobsters on the boil.
Buying a boat was always going to be a sacrifice—a sacrifice that the Rey family felt would pay dividends.
You don’t always need to cross an ocean to have
an adventure to write home about.
Despite Covid-19, chartering still offers a one-of-a-kind opportunity to explore a different way of boating.
As a flybridge or a sedan, the Beneteau Swift Trawler 41 weaves performance with practicality.
To navigate a bridge safely, do your homework and proceed with caution.
AGLCA's Kim Russo shares her own “local knowledge” about the Great Loop and how to make this bucket-list item a reality.
From sunsets to snowstorms, the Schneiderhan family grows closer with every challenge living aboard their Marine Trader in Chicago.
An Atlas Acadia 25 allows a Florida boater to meet all of his waterborne needs.
Maine's first fatal shark attack in recorded history appears to be a case of mistaken identity.
An award-winning new model from Cutwater Boats combines outboard power with cruising versatility.
The preserve will protect nearly 400,000 acres of vital seagrass beds across 800 square miles of Gulf Coast cruising grounds.
Sometimes, the best part of adventures isn’t living them. It’s sharing the stories.
As with life, cruising doesn’t always work to schedule.
The Ranger Tugs R-25 combines get-there-fast speed with cruise-anywhere creature comforts.