Maddy Sue: A Classic Picnic Boat Sails Again
Posted on August 25th 2016 - Zuzana Prochazka
This classic was built when picnic boats were still working the water for a living.
5 Great Deals on Late Summer and Early Fall Yacht Charter
Posted on August 15th 2016 - Kim Kavin
Act fast as the season ends, to get great charter yacht deals.
The 3 Best Charter Yacht Chefs in New England
Posted on August 11th 2016 - Kim Kavin
You want gourmet meals on your next charter? These yacht chefs deliver.
Pocket Cruising: Watch Out for Whales
Posted on August 8th 2016 - Doug Logan
Close encounters between whales and small boats are getting more common on the North American coastline. Sharing the water with whales means picking up after ...
Royal Huisman Sea Eagle: More than a Mere Yacht
Posted on August 1st 2016 - Diane Byrne
Sea Eagle is more than a yacht, this Royal Huisman is a symbol of sharing experiences well beyond family time on the water.
Bavaria 38 Cruiser: Sailing Performance and German Engineering
Posted on July 28th 2016 - Zuzana Prochazka
The Bavaria 38 makes for excellent family cruising, and is available world-wide on the brokerage market.
Five Top Brokerage Yachts Available on July 25
Posted on July 25th 2016 - Kim Kavin
What top brokerage boats will you look at today? These five are at the top of our list.
Club Swan 50: The Next Big-Boat One-Design
Posted on July 21st 2016 - Rupert Holmes
Nautor has combined the two most elusive qualities in yacht design in its new Club Swan 50: eye-catching style and a fast efficient racing hull.
A Rally Across the Seven Seas: Stories from the World ARC
Posted on July 18th 2016 - Rob Melotti
It's not always smooth sailing—especially in remote destinations—but as a member of an organized rally, it's nice to have some help when things to wrong.
The World’s Five Oldest Yacht Builders
Posted on July 11th 2016 - Diane Byrne
Like a fine wine, some megayacht builders improve with age. Here’s a look at Hodgdon Yachts, Codecasa, Royal Van Lent, Baglietto, and Burger, the five ...