The idea for this Oso Blanco 54 springs from a bucket-list cruising itinerary.
Whether serving pirates, traders or smugglers, these rustic watercraft are among the most successful small-boat designs in history.
The double-ended Tyee 33 underscores why two sterns can, sometimes, be better than one.
This Kingfisher 28 design shows that, with a whole expanse of waterway visible on a nice day, a flybridge cannot be beat.
Those goggles your kids use to play video games are revolutionizing yacht design and construction.
The multipurpose MugWump 22 pocket cruiser is conceived for transformative times.
Let’s settle the argument that really matters: monohull or multihull?
Beneteau embarks on its first expedition line with Project E.
Arksen Explorer line is tough, autonomous and sips fuel.
Made in America, The Seaton Alaska 75 Will Cost Less
Elling Yachts' self-righting hulls offer a smart solution to a problem of physics.
The ships of the early Scandinavian seamen unveil new origins of passagemaking.
Innovative hulls and cruise-anywhere characteristics have become synonymous with Vripack designs.
Zurn Yacht Design and New England Boatworks team up on a radical new catamaran concept that’s ideal for island time.
A forward-thinking owner’s 92-foot steel expedition trawler can cruise for months at a time without plugging in to shore power.
Huckins’ Hybrid Sportsman 38 pairs the best of last century with tomorrow’s technology.