Safe and simple are always better than confusing and complex.
The rest of us may not be able to give back on such a grand scale, but the efforts of owners such as these will shed benefit to us all.
The sternwheeler Patty Gordon is being restored for museum display.
The owner of the charter yacht Dream enjoys the boat with his family and indulges his passion for photography.
Are two boats too many, or not nearly enough?
No matter what size yacht interests you, I’d suggest planning a winter vacation around a boat show.
There’s something magical about lighthouses, something that captures the attention, even devotion, of many.
It’s high time we start thinking about keeping the oceans beautiful.
Novelty, nuisance or the next big thing?
The truth is, in the middle of it all can lie some of the most extraordinary yacht design details and craftsmanship you’ll ever see.
When it comes to yachts, 'classic' is in the eye of the beholder.
Editor-in-Chief Kenny Wooton on what a true seagoing vacation should be.
The story behind designer Ron Holland's memoir of a life lived on the water.
Moving fast through the water is always a gas, but great rewards can be found in the sounds of silence.
There are as many ways around the world as there are boats and wills to do it.
A reflection on yacht names and lifelong aims.
Picking up a spec project midbuild allows you to indulge your tastes and desires in a fraction of the time.
Today's yacht owners aren't the first to gild the lily with light.
To the captain of a tour boat with 600 souls aboard, a hotdogging sportfisherman is just as annoying and just as dangerous as that wake-jumping PWC is to us.
Sailing—a competitive thing or a romantic thing?
I’d never given much serious thought to the underlying questions of what would attract a guy from Kentucky to the sea.