Doing it all with one screen
The steering station on this Gunboat cat is equipped with large-screen B&G Zeus MFDs.
Don't scrimp when it comes to the crimp
Solid crimp connections make your power voyager’s electrical system more reliable.
Maritime Publishing acquires Ocean Navigator
The oral surgeon's masterpiece
Carastee was a L. Francis Herreshoff design similar to this Herreshoff ketch with its graceful sheer.
Protecting your boat from overcharging
A properly set up system can prevent damage to electrical components possible with LiFePO4 batteries
No. 18665 is the first to go
In the phase out of paper charts, the NOAA chart of Lake Tahoe will be the first to disappear.
Two dismastings dodged
Mast and rigging problems bedevil a Pacific voyager in harbor and at sea
Light in a pinch
In emergency lighting situations, more light is always better
Terra Nova and Scott of the Antarctic
The barque Terra Nova was specially reinforced for working in polar sea ice
Snagged anchors and empty gas bottles
Mishaps on a mid-Med adventure
Reports of aggressive killer whales
Orcas have reportedly attacked sailboats recently off Spain and
Prized pilothouse possessions
The pilothouse is the nerve center of a power voyagig vessel like this Selene 43 in the Bahamas.
It's not easy being green
Dealing with the scourge of seasickness
Fatal dive boat fire attributed to operator's oversight failures
The dive boat Conception on fire off Santa Cruz island in California.
Drama in the Vendee Globe solo world race
Alex Thomson’s IMOCA 60 Hugo Boss at the start of the 2020 Vendee Globe Race.
A circumnavigator's favorite ocean films
A still from the documentary Maiden, which tells the story of the first all-female crew in the Whitbread Round the World Race in 1989-90.
Treating batteries as a system works best
Jolie Brise rescues Adriana
Jolie Brise, which is roughly translated as “nice breeze,” is perhaps one of the most famous yachts of the 20th century; more than 100 years after her launch, the vessel is still plying the waters of the Atlantic.
Tuna 101: A Primer for Voyaging Sailors
Catching, cleaning and eating tuna at sea
Very Helpful Feature - VHF radio
With all of the savvy technology that exists on boats today, it is easy to overlook that the most reliable communication tool on your vessel is your VHF radio.
Solo rower breaks ocean record
Power voyagers have engines, sailors have the wind and ocean rowers have … muscles.
We asked a group of voyagers about their vessel’s batteries and their future battery plans
Into the Denmark Strait
A bristlingly cold gale whipped across the silvery North Atlantic and up the narrow fjord.
Instrumentless circumnavigator passes
MARVIN CREAMER, A sailor who PerforMed a seemingly miraculous circumnavigation in the mid-1980s, has crossed the bar for the last time.
During a pandemic, flexibility is key
The wheelhouse was scattered with guidebooks extolling the virtues and sites to behold in and around the Baltic — fjords in Sweden and Norway, Danish in Denmark, history-laden Poland, and enough lager to sink a barge in Germany.
Alarms, getting to know them better
Editor’s note: This piece originally appeared in the Ocean Cruising Club’s monthly bulletin (oceancruisingclub.org).
A cultural and visual spectacle
Sailing a multihull through western Cuba
The Ocean Race postpones next start
THE OCEAN RACE, A CREWED RACE AROUND THE WORLD THAT has held two other names and sponsors since its inception (Whitbread Round the World Race, Volvo Ocean Race), has announced that the 14th running of the race originally scheduled to start in October 2021 will be pushed back one year to October 2022.
Marine electronics companies continue to make impressive technical strides in a variety of areas.
Winds of change
AS OUR WORLD STUMBLES THROUGH THIS PAINFUL AND unprecedented time, with businesses and schools closed, boat shows canceled and so many of us compelled to shelter in place, it’s frustrating to think that even our boats can only provide limited respite from the draconian restrictions of the pandemic.