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This particular Tollycraft 44 CPMY has expanded outdoor living space thanks to the covered and enclosed aft deck. Note the tender forward.

Tollycraft 44 CPMY

When I look at newer boats today, I’m sorry to say that sometimes I can’t differentiate the bow from the stern or the top from the bottom. All too often deck space has been sacrificed for interior accommodations, making deck chores cumbersome and in some cases, flat-out dangerous, and focus groups trump good ol’ yacht Read More

A raised helm station gives good sightlines over the proud bow of the Gamefisherman 45.

Gamefisherman 45

Ever dreamed of owing a Rybovich? This 45-foot express sportfisherman from a revered semi-custom Florida builder may be the next best thing. Read More


Don't mistake a Krogen Express for a wallowing trawler—Black Swan has some get up and go.

Three's not a crowd on a pilothouse settee where companion seating is plentiful and elevated.

Generous headroom and cruise-ready equipment show well in Black Swan’s engine room.

Krogen Express 53

A lot of experienced cruisers will tell you that the term “fast trawler” is an oxymoron: A real trawler must have a displacement-style hull, and any boat that is fast must have a planing hull. Never the twain shall meet. Read More

Looking for a go-anywhere boat that can cruise or fish? The Riviera 48 looks good doing it all.

Riviera 48

Riviera was a name unfamiliar to many Americans — especially those on the East Coast — when the 48 landed on our shores in 1998, but the brand was already making a name for itself here, just as it had in Australia. Read More

Northern Light cruises the Chicago shoreline in style after getting a repower and extensive refit.

Huckins Yachts

One of the advantages of buying a used boat is that you can apply the four Rs — repower, rewire, repaint, and redecorate — to enhance its performance, improve its looks, and turn it into your very own. Read More


Hatteras 40 Double Cabin

Dick Mather and the Connecticut River are old friends. Mather grew up in Deep River, Connecticut, boating on the broad expanse that conveniently runs through his hometown. Read More

The tall superstructure of the North Pacific 42 offers sightlines and good onboard space.

North Pacific 42 Pilothouse

Mike and Lois Fannon used to sit on their houseboat listening to visiting cruisers talk about doing the Great Loop. At one point a few years ago, they looked at each other and said, “We should do this.” Read More

The brawny, no-nonsense lines of the Post 50 allude to the boat's work-hard, play-hard personality.

Post 50

Russell Post built the first vessel to carry his name in 1957 after leaving Egg Harbor Yachts, which he co-founded. Read More


Nordic Tug 37

The switch from sail to power can mark a sea change in a boating life. It comes with both foreseen and unforeseen consequences. Read More


Wilbur 34 Downeaster

John and Jean Swedberg know a little about boats. He grew up at his father’s Staten Island, N.Y., marina, fishing and boating on Great Kills Harbor and Raritan Bay. Read More

The Tiara 4300 Sovran introduced many boaters to the joy of joysticks

Tiara 4300 Sovran

In 2006, Tiara Yachts launched the first diesel-powered Volvo Penta IPS (Inboard Performance System) 4300 Sovran. The marriage between Holland, Michigan-based Tiara and IPS was consummated there and then, and the relationship has proven to be a great one. Production of the 4300 Sovran surpassed 200 hulls in the shortest time of any line in Read More


Hunter 50CC

The Hunter 50 CC is a center cockpit cruiser built on the same hull as the Hunter 49 introduced in 2006. Read More


DeFever 49 Cockpit Motor Yacht

Some say the two best days for a boat owner are the day he buys the boat and the day he sells it. Don and Pat Pickworth are still basking in the glow of that first day, when they took possession of their 2002 DeFever 49 Cockpit Motor Yacht in December 2006. That second day, Read More

Grand Banks 42 Survey Report

We spoke to Jonathan J. Howe of Nautical Services Group in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, and here’s what he had to say about the Grand Banks 42. “The woodwork on the inside of the boats in particular is very, very, high quality joinerywork. The layouts are well executed as far as the galley and the staterooms—they’re Read More


Sea Ray 43 Sundancer

The Sea Ray 43 features the Cummins MerCruiser Diesel Zeus propulsion system powered by QSB 5.9-liter, 425-hp (standard) or optional QSB 5.9-liter, 480-hp coupled to pod drives that deliver the joystick control for which the innovative system is known. Read More


Tiara 4100 Open

Perhaps the ultimate challenge for a production boat manufacturer is to build a single model that both meets the needs of the rabid offshore angler and serious cruiser. A handful of builders have satisfied this mission, while others simply add a couple of rod holders and an ill-placed rocket launcher and label the boat a Read More


Sea Ray 480/500 Sundancer

In the early 1990s, Sea Ray built a 50-foot express that combined a huge cockpit with an interior arrangement that flowed from social area to sleeping quarters. Read More


Talaria 44

Building on the success of recent improvements to its Picnic Boat, The Hinckley Company has introduced a new version of the Talaria 44. This second-generation boat, the MK II, is faster, has better pilothouse sightlines and ventilation, and a head and shower have been added to the master stateroom. Read More


Robinhood 33

The 6 a.m. departure began innocently enough for Dave and Katrina Miller. It was calm, with just a sprinkle of late-June rain, as the eager couple slipped out of the harbor in Georgetown, Maine, in the 12-year-old, 33-foot powerboat they’d just bought. Destination: Annapolis, Md., 650 miles south.They were inspired by Mark Twain, who once Read More

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