We love engine mounts, perhaps the hardest-working hardware in your engine room. Here's how to make sure they love you back.
Large 10- to 12-gauge butt connectors? Much finer wire? Try this trick and keep right on chuggin’.
Sometimes, all your marine air conditioner needs is a couple of shots from a common dock hose.
A low-tech alternative to holding tanks and treatment, "composting" makes the best of a stinky situation.
Our expert troubleshooter, Steve Zimmerman, unpacks the often confusing metric of fuel burn.
Quiet hybrid power systems have manufacturers chasing the dream of noiseless, vibration-free setups.
Is get-home power really necessary? Seldom-used get-home engines might not work when you need them most.
Manage these engine exhaust system components to keep your diesels firing on all cylinders.
When you think of it, it makes perfect sense. An owner may become acclimated to a substandard cruising speed or an above-average fuel bill, but a boat that’s loud will drive everyone crazy.