Reveal of Boston Whaler’s 280 Dauntless

  The team heads to Manhattan’s Chelsea Piers to welcome the new 280 Dauntless to the Boston Whaler family. Boston Whaler 280 Dauntless The team heads to Manhattan’s Chelsea Piers to welcome the new 280 Dauntless to the Boston Whaler family. View the original article to see embedded media. Source: https://www.powerandmotoryacht.com/outboard/reveal-of-boston-whalers-280-dauntless

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11-Year-Old Struck by Lightning on a Boat

It’s any parent’s worst nightmare. Derek Stock, a prudent boater out of Tampa, was enjoying a fun-filled day on the water with his wife and two of his children when disaster struck. Just 100 feet from the boat ramp his 11-year-old son was struck by lightning. Thanks to life-saving CPR training, he was able to […]

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Tested: Pardo GT52

With a hull that packs power and comfort, the Pardo GT52 has the perfect combination for performance and cruisability. Lap of Luxury The Pardo GT52 demonstrates its power and versatility at a storied Mediterranean destination. Few automotive designs are as distinct as the classic gran turismo that emerged in Europe in the mid-twentieth century, pioneered […]

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New Boat: Archipelago 47

Work Boat Meets Luxury Yacht. Archipelago seeks to combine the best qualities from commercial boats with yachting. Archipelago 47 Archipelago seeks to combine the best qualities from commercial boats with yachting. There’s a new kid on the block. Emerging U.K. boatbuilder Archipelago is making its debut with a vessel that combines the rugged, dependable qualities […]

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Lessons from the Sinking of the Bounty

Recounting the story of the Bounty and one of the most dangerous rescue missions in boating history. In 2012 the tall ship Bounty was sunk by Superstorm Sandy off the coast of North Carolina. The sinking of the iconic—and period correct—prop ship from the 1962 Marlon Brando film Mutiny on the Bounty killed the captain […]

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Testing the Seakeeper Ride

  The previously top-secret Seakeeper Ride aims to usher in a new era of boat stabilization. We were among the first to test this new system. Changing the Game. Again. The previously top-secret Seakeeper Ride aims to usher in a new era of boat stabilization. We were among the first to test this new system. […]

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Meet the Editor: Dan Harding

  The interview gets flipped and editor-in-chief Dan Harding joins the Along the Keel podcast to chat about his own boating experiences and his unlikely path to becoming a marine journalist. The interview gets flipped and editor-in-chief Dan Harding joins the Along the Keel podcast to chat about his own boating experiences and his unlikely […]

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Beneteau Swift Trawler 48

Our editors learn firsthand how fast a strict itinerary can be tossed overboard as they attempt to cruise to Bimini on a Beneteau Swift Trawler 48. Island (Just in) Time A whirlwind trip to Bimini aboard the Beneteau Swift Trawler 48 proves that even short amounts of time on the water can create lasting memories. […]

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Uncharted Waters: Sea Dog

How to turn a lubberly, reticent canine into a salty, bona fide, boat-lovin’ sea dog. You’d expect, I suppose, that just about any adolescent golden retriever would literally jump at the chance to get aboard a sweet little trawler like the Betty Jane II. He’d spot her from afar—let’s say, from the backseat of a […]

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Waypoint: Portland, Maine

Lighthouses, fine eateries, art are among the many things that make this Down East destination hard to walk away from. Photos by Dori Arrington Portland, Maine Lighthouses, fine eateries, art are among the many things that make this Down East destination hard to walk away from. Our first visit to Portland, Maine, was a one-night […]

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Meet the Hood 35 LM

  When you’re a tech mogul, and just any boat won’t do, you call Chris Hood and the team at Lyman-Morse and they’ll bring your dream boat to life. Take an exclusive first look at that boat, the Hood 35 LM, here. When you’re a tech mogul, and just any boat won’t do, you call […]

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Inside Angle: The Yacht Club Collars

While talking with a friend about dog collars, Bill Prince gets a lesson on the value of communication. In our beautiful, small coastal city we have a downtown marina popular with visiting cruisers and fishermen, a restaurant and bar overlooking said marina which serves as the de facto town square, and the Sparkling Waters Yacht […]

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The Story Behind a Viral Sinking

So about that sunken Ferretti. Listen in the player below: A couple of weeks ago, a beautiful 83-foot Ferretti yacht foundered off Chub Cay in the Bahamas. Video of the sinking posted by Miami captain Pedro Garcia soon started popping up on social media feeds everywhere. Like everyone else, we had questions. Rather than pontificating […]

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How to Remove Water Spots on Your Boat

Tips and tricks for some of the best ways to remove water spots and keep your boat clear of them. Water Spots Be Gone! Water, water everywhere—leaving spots on glass, stainless and brightwork. Here’s how to fight back. Here’s another seemingly simple chore that’s actually a pain—washing down your boat. To get the proper look […]

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Exclusive: Building the Viking 90

  Get an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the building of the flagship Viking 90. Behind the Build Video produced by John V. Turner View the original article to see embedded media. Source: https://www.powerandmotoryacht.com/video-index/exclusive-building-the-viking-90

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Exclusive First Test of Hinckley’s SilentJet

  Decades after the original Dasher brought jet propulsion and joystick maneuverability to the masses, it is once again rewriting history, this time with a hybrid heart. Decades after the original Dasher brought jet propulsion and joystick maneuverability to the masses, it is once again rewriting history, this time with a hybrid heart. Video produced […]

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18 Years to a Cleaner Sea

How long would it take to clean up the entire ocean? One nonprofit that pioneered an innovative way to clean the world’s waters estimates they can do it in 18 years. On a train from Vancouver to Montreal are 60 tons of empty drinking bottles, laundry detergent containers, plastic bags, nettings and other abandoned vessels […]

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Solaris 44 Open

An advancing cold front does little to curtail the vibes aboard the Solaris 44 Open in Miami. Miami Heat An advancing cold front does little to curtail the vibes aboard the Solaris 44 Open in Miami. Miami is prefab. The experience of the metropolis from end to end is entirely constructed for your pleasure and […]

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SpaceX’s Starlink Internet Service Works on Boats

SpaceX’s satellite internet service provides fast download speeds for coastal cruisers, and global coverage isn’t far off. Next-Gen Connectivity Editor’s Note: As of June 30, 2022, the Federal Communications Commission authorized SpaceX to provide Starlink internet service to vehicles in motion, including boats, cars and RVs. This will open up the service to cruisers and […]

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Tested: Saxdor 200 Pro Sport

This nimble dayboat runs like a PWC on steroids. The Saxdor 200 Pro Sport can be described as a personal watercraft that combines a jet ski’s convenience and ease of use with the safety and comfort of a compact boat. However, there’s a lot more to this boat that makes it exceptional. This style of […]

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