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Sabre at 50
As Sabre Yachts enters its 50th year in business, the powerboat powerhouse is going strong.
Lured Cross-Country by a Classic Riva
A classic Riva runabout project leads to a road trip.
New Energy and a New Owner Spark a Rebirth
New energy and owner spark a renaissance at Atlantic Boat.
Windrush: A Boat of Memories
A cherished wooden Herreshoff 12½ has become part of the family.
Boatyard Profile: Washburn & Doughty
Washburn & Doughty keeps very busy building tugs, ferries and other large workboats.
The York 18
The York 18 is a bigger, more modern take on the Herreshoff 12½.
Junks and Sampans of the Yangtze
As Inspector General of Chinese Maritime Customs, the author’s grandfather admired the watercraft of the country he called home.
Etchells Racing on Casco Bay
Go racing in an Etchells 22 with Fleet 27
Maine’s Maiden Factor
A Castine sailor is on a mission as part of the all-women crew on Maiden, sailing around the world with a message of female empowerment.
The Hawk Flies Again
After years in drydock, the iconic one-ton The Hawk has been restored and is headed back to the races.
Refit of a 1930 Eldredge-McInnis cruiser
Hinckley Company: Sport Boat 40c
A new center-console outboard-powered boat
Sailing to Canada’s St. John River
Canada’s St. John River makes for a delightful cruising destination.
A Boat with Purpose
A dory for dulse fishing in Canada
O’Connor Racing: Wooden Hydroplane Built for Speed
Small and fast wooden racers that mean business