Logbook: Home Away From Home

It’s not what a marina has—but how it makes you feel—that matters most. It’s funny but I’ve met a lot of boaters who obsess for years, sometimes decades, over what type of boat they want to buy. I’ve also seen the same people give so little thought to where they keep their boat and simply […]

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Logbook: Dream On

  Is there a better boating adventure than the Great Loop? There’s something about the end of the year that conjures dreams of The Great Loop. In a complete coincidence both Bill Prince and Mike Smith use their columns this month to discuss this nautical endeavor. Bill addresses boaters that wait until retirement to tackle […]

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Dan’s New Favorite Boat

As Editor-in-Chief Dan Harding approaches his 100th boat review, he comes across a surprising new build that he says might be the most impressive yet. And it’s only 14-feet long. As I approached the new boat, I can’t help but stare longer than is polite at her dark hull color. Her angular sheer and proud […]

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Logbook: Is Two Better Than One?

Seeing the growing trend in the multihull market, Power & Motoryacht and Sail magazine have teamed up to produce the all-new Multihull Power & Sail. Seeing the growing trend in the multihull market, Power & Motoryacht and Sail magazine have teamed up to produce the all-new Multihull Power & Sail. My first experience really cruising […]

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Special Report: A Whale of a Problem for Boaters

NOAA Proposal Could Devastate Boating Industry. In the hopes of saving a declining population of North Atlantic Right whales, NOAA aims to institute a 10-knot speed limit along much of the Atlantic coast. We cut through the clutter and get to the heart of this matter with this emergency podcast with Viking Director of Government […]

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PMY’s Premiere Audio Doc: 13 Years Around the World

Dos Equis be damned, Roger Moore may just be the world’s most interesting man. Learn about the Nautical Ventures founder’s improbable, 13-year-journey around the world. Warning: This may inspire you to do something crazy. An Improbable Journey Dos Equis be damned, Roger Moore may just be the world’s most interesting man. Learn about the Nautical […]

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Logbook: Summer Reflection

Dan Harding reflects on leaky impellers, the too-short days of summer and the moments with family when it finally all comes together. I had impossibly high expectations for this past boating season. This summer would likely be the last one before Karen returned to the work force full-time and our young son, Connor, enrolled in […]

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Exposure: Viking Space Ship

This angle of a Viking employee in a Tyvek suit standing in the bowels of the 90′ hull offers just a taste of how much volume this ship will really have. Since the time of the Arc, boatbuilders have boasted about volume. Ol’ Noah undoubtedly would have extolled the virtues of his ship’s interior space […]

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Logbook: Season Of Change

While change can be scary, it’s the only way to grow. Change is uncomfortable. I’ve learned this to be a universal truth. Staying in your lane, keeping your head down, putting in your time, doing what you’ve always done—I suppose there’s a season for everything but the scared and timid rarely make headlines, and they […]

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When Your Dog Goes Overboard

When Dan’s dog mutinies in the early hours of a summer cruise, calamity ensues. The Doggie Paddle A cup of coffee. That’s really all I had on my mind as I tidied the boat and got the dinghy ready for a ride to shore. I was standing on the swim platform; I just untied the […]

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The Boss of Brunswick

It’s possible you don’t know all that Brunswick encompasses, but you definitely know their brands like Sea Ray, Boston Whaler, Mercury, Freedom Boat Club, Navico and so many others. Brunswick is the kind of company that doesn’t simply follow trends, they create them. That’s why we were excited to sit down with CEO Dave Foulkes […]

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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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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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Logbook: Boatyard School

Hard work pays off—this is the lesson Editor-in-Chief Dan Harding sought to teach his 9-year-old neighbor when he needed an extra set of hands on his boat. Hard work pays off—this is the lesson Editor-in-Chief Dan Harding sought to teach his 9-year-old neighbor when he needed an extra set of hands on his boat. One […]

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All is Well(craft)

Editor-in-Chief Dan Harding sits down to talk boating trends, tech and the future of the Wellcraft brand with Beneteau’s Nick Harvey. Editor-in-Chief Dan Harding sits down to talk boating trends, tech and the future of the Wellcraft brand with Beneteau’s Nick Harvey. Listen in the player below: …. Source: https://www.powerandmotoryacht.com/podcast/all-is-well-craft

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Logbook: When Things Go Wrong

  Witnessing a dockside snafu at Bimini’s Big Game Club provides us with a sobering reminder: How you react to a stressful situation is something people will remember forever. Witnessing a dockside snafu at Bimini’s Big Game Club provides us with a sobering reminder: How you react to a stressful situation is something people will […]

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