In this episode, Andrew Parkinson and Phil Friedman unpack the origins of the word "trawler."
Bob Arrington explores one man's search for the perfect boat and the pursuit of a boat building dream.
Buying and selling a recreational marine vessel can be, in some cases, even more complicated and problematic than a real estate transaction.
My favorite Crown Jewel on all the Chesapeake is St. Michaels. This charming village with a fabulous anchorage overlooking the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum is without peer.
Organizers said the event, held September 15 through 18, is the largest boat show in New England and it kicks off the fall boat show season. The show provides visitors from around the world a venue to see the latest boats and products from hundreds of manufacturers and dealers.
Beneteau launched the first Swift Trawler, a 34-footer, in 2010. Since then, with more than 350 boats built, the line has grown to include 44- and 50-foot models. And now the 30.
A big day for the folks at the company's Clearwater, Florida, headquarters, the 76 fills a niche in the american trawler market by aiming to mix luxe, European styling with hardcore cruising-range and seaworthiness.
The Northwind, a 130-foot yacht built in the 1930s and thought to have hosted Winston Churchill, Jackie Kennedy and Princess Elizabeth, was found to be listing and taking on water April 14.
With Ama Natura’s green dream finally afloat, Capt. Wilcox takes a step back to examine what gives his dreamboat her green soul.
Having the opportunity to imagine and oversee the building of my own ideal Inside Passage vessel has been exquisitely educational—initiating a chain of engaging design, building, voyaging, and teaching adventures.
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.
Tony Fleming has a lot to say about living a nautical life of adventure, and rightfully so. In the second part of his ShopTalk interview, get a closer look at what makes his film-making mind tick.
As I sped across the flat-calm waters of Howe Sound, not far from Coastal Craft’s home port of British Columbia, I felt like I was drivin’ a big, broad-shouldered, bluewater-capable, all-aluminum motoryacht while kicked back in cushy comfort.