Storm damaged boats go to a liquidator, whose job it is to sell it at auction.
With today’s storm and major storms like Hurricane Sandy becoming more destructive, more information seems to be needed on storm damaged boats.
VHF radios with DSC active and registered key in a boating emergency.
Should you choose an inboard boat, or is outboard power a better decision?
Money saving tips for estimating your annual boat budget and operating costs.
Marine batteries are not the same as car batteries. Know your basics.
Unless you’re buying a classic wooden boat with particular pedigree, most boats don’t appreciate in value the way houses do—they depreciate. They’re more like cars in that respect: Drive it off...
Identifying the tow vehicle you need starts with knowing the weight you're about to haul.
Whether you're upgrading to a fixed toilet or porta-potty, it's time to graduate from the bucket. Your family and your local waters will thank you.
Peter d'Anjou walks you through ways to figure out how big an outboard engine will work on your boat.
When you're thinking of buying a used boat, any extra time you or your surveyor take to make sure of the quality of fuel will be time very well spent.
Here are a few straightforward layup tips to make your life easier come spring commissioning and beyond.
G10, or Garolite, is a little-known material that is perfect for boat repair.
Makes sure your diesel is able to breathe -- both in and out.
Lessons from a small cruise ship that apply to shallow-water boaters.
Let the boat do the work when you need to break a hard-set anchor free.
Local and seasonal wind conditions exist in many places -- and many hve their own names.
A skilled boater should be able to identify cloud types and be able to forecast weather changes based on changing cloud types.
Sailors should be able to supplement official forecasts with personal observations in order to make intelligent decisions.