Canvas to Transom

From Jimmy Buffett to Capt. Jack Sparrow, how a Florida artist became the world’s most elusive faux-teak painter. Photos by Mary Beth Koeth From Jimmy Buffett to Capt. Jack Sparrow, how a Florida artist became the world’s most elusive faux-teak painter. When you behold almost any masterfully painted faux teak patterned transom, you may notice […]

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Lindell 41 Yacht

Casting for rockfish and halibut while pounding through the offshore waters of the Pacific Northwest, Shane Scott discovers just how tough the Lindell 41 is. Photos by Cade Lucero and Mason Tuttle Fish HardBoat Harder Casting for rockfish and halibut while pounding through the offshore waters of the Pacific Northwest, Shane Scott discovers just how […]

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Hell and High Water

This is a story about a son’s love for his father. It’s also a story about friendship, comradery and putting your life on the line to save others. This inspiring story proves, once again, why boaters are the best. This is a story about a son’s love for his father. It’s also a story about […]

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Memories From a Nordhavn Summer

Love of the Ocean Bonds a Newly Woven Family. Ella Hummel’s “Memories From A Nordhavn Summer” gives a glimpse into innocence and the essence of unity. Memories From a Nordhavn Summer The Nordhavn Film Festival, which took place Saturday, October 15, hosted 10 short films from Nordhavn boaters across the U.S. All of the filmmakers […]

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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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From Italy To Los Angeles in a RIB

How much preparation, nerve and fuel does it take for a RIB to cross an ocean? Relive some of toughest challenges and the sweetest moments from adventurer Sergio Davi. “La sfida è sempre con me stesso mai con il mare.” In English, this translates to “the challenge is always with myself, never with the sea.” […]

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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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