July 18th 2013
If your system ain't broke, don't fix it. Trying to save money on zincs can be penny-wise and pound-foolish.
June 24th 2013
Bavaria’s new Vision 42 offers practically the same comfort as the larger 46, while being shorter, more compact, and easier to handle.
June 21st 2013
A new e-book explains how to combine Navionics and Marine Tides Planner software in planning your voyage, to make the best use of tidal current.
June 20th 2013
It depends on a few factors, including your usual fuel source, how often you run your boat, and your filters.
June 13th 2013
Nylon wire ties will harden and become brittle in the heat of the engine compartment. Use metal P-clamps instead.
June 5th 2013
If you let barnacles roost for long on stainless steel in salt water, you're asking for crevice corrosion -- and high replacement bills.
June 5th 2013
They take sailing very seriously, these New Zealanders. They really do. Especially for a competition like the America’s Cup.
May 30th 2013
Grease, not to mention petroleum jelly, will liquefy in the heat and eventually form an insulating barrier that will cause a loss of electrical power.
May 20th 2013
The Danish Quorning yard has introduced a new trimaran. It promises to be faster, safer, and more comfortable than its successful predecessors.
May 18th 2013
The grade of stainless steel used for some fasteners still needs watching and regular freshwater rinsing.