An electric PWC that’s fun and easy to operate.
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How operating your electric-powered boat differs from running boats with internal-combustion power.
Bayliner revives an iconic center-console.
Three styles of shallow-water boats—Which one is right for you?
Boats are a reward we give to ourselves. Boats afford us the means to create happy occasions with friends and family on the water. Boats deliver an escape from the humdrum, whether off the coast or on a lake. But what type of boat is right for you? Pontoon, runabout, fishing and cruising boats are all highly popular these days. Buyers who lead with their heart may find disappointment. Do your research and let Boating help you find your perfect watercraft.
Bayliner revives an iconic center-console.
A center-console can also be a yacht.
Fish and entertain.
Jet-powered and packed to the max.
The C120 mixes an efficient ride with comfortable accommodations.
The 32 CS is built for any number of boating activities.
The 320 DLX Offshore offers a sturdy build and a wealth of features.
Welcome to the 2022 edition of our Boat Buyers Guide! If you count yourself among the huge number of new boaters who’ve joined the boating ranks, allows us to be the first to welcome you to the water! You’ll find that Boating’s annual Boat Buyers Guide—while written by experienced boaters for experienced boaters—will prove invaluable to you too.
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The Trophy T24CC blends fishability with performance.
Aquila owners share stories detailing how they live their boats and what they enjoy most about being a part of the Aquila Power Catamarans and MarineMax families.
Whether your craft is showroom-fresh—or maybe just needs a little freshening up—check out some of our favorite ways to bling out a boat.
Keeping your boat in running order takes time and effort. Knowing the rules of the water and how your boat performs takes skill. That’s why Boating offers boaters DIY projects, seamanship tips and how-to articles to improve their boat and boating lifestyle. Having trouble with a fuel gauge? We likely have the answer. Uncomfortable with anchoring in deep water? We can help there too. Check out our entire boating how-to section today.
Even launch ramps can be treacherous in certain conditions.
A windlass works best when you run your boat in concert with the capabilities of this labor-saving accessory.
Boating to the Bahamas yields lessons for any open-water passage.
How to run inboard, outboard and sterndrive engines on land.
Before buying a boat, consider checking out Boating’s extensive collection of boat reviews. The reviews cover all the most-popular boats from well-known boat builders. The boat reviews range from brand new to a couple years old, appealing to anyone buying a new or used boat. Boating is an expert authority you can trust while conducting your boat buying research.
From value-oriented to opulent, learn how to choose the right tow boat for you.
Here are seven models that offer real velocity.
Six great boats that cost less than $30,000.
Six fun, great boats that cost less than $20,000.
Comparing the electronics available today to those from a decade ago is pretty eye opening. The technological changes in just 10 years means today we have better sonar, multi-function display units, night vision technology, and boat camera security systems than ever before. Boating updates you with the latest electronics from the top manufacturers each month.
Each year, different engine manufacturers introduce new outboards and inboards to the market. For anyone not following along closely, you could easily miss the latest offerings from Mercury, Yamaha, Suzuki, Seven Marine or Honda from year to year, not to mention Volvo Penta, Indmar Ilmor and Yanmar. No longer is the 250-horsepower engine the pride of the offshore center console fleet. Today, twin, trip or quad 400-horsepower motors are more common than you think. If you want even more horsepower in a single outboard engine, that’s available too. Check out the latest engine options for your boat.
A 1970 Boston Whaler Super Sport gets outfitted with an Elco EP-50.
Keep these factors in mind when deciding on engine throttle and shift cables.
Improve performance with the right propeller.
Get salty with Volvo Penta’s Coastal Series sterndrives.