Go-Fast Boat Lamination: Conventional or Composite?
Matt Trulio takes a look at the different materials and ...
The Danish Quorning yard has introduced a new trimaran. It promises to be faster, safer, and more comfortable than its successful predecessors. (more)
The grade of stainless steel used for some fasteners still needs watching and regular freshwater rinsing. (more)
Ethanol problems combined with normal condensation -- and sometimes a bad load of fuel -- mean that your boat needs good water separators in place. ...(more)
The German builder transfers the looks and details of the larger models to the Hanse 345. Performance, choices, and layout are convincing. (more)
Boosting power can happen at either end of a marine engine. (more)
Which hull type rules the go-fast powerboat roost? It’s all a matter of priorities. (more)
A simple home-made Plexiglas barrier will increase safety when working on the back side of a panel board. Wood can work, too. (more)
Fresh appearance, better performance, more comfort: Bavaria Yachtbau is setting the bar high with this new entry-level model. (more)
It is definitely worth taking the time to seal the end grain of any plywood on your boat. Boatbuilders should all do it, but many ...(more)