When I was 60, I decided to embrace a lifestyle of commuter cruising. Fifteen years later, it’s still one of the best decisions I’ve ever made.
Sailor profiles, interviews, and Q&A stories
Choosing the right dinghy is just the start. Keeping it clean, not getting it stolen, and protecting it from punctures can involve a lifetime of learning.
When it comes to educating the kids while cruising, these parents learned that flexibility, and sometimes changing course, is key.
Two brothers find meaning in the past during a voyage with their 91-year-old father and his newest, unnamed boat.
The year 2024 marks two anniversaries: 50 years since Cruising World was founded, and 100 since the last voyage of Bill Nutting, the man who launched it all.
When it comes to haulouts, the nightmares we boaters endure can range from head-scratching to hilarious.
Leaving Florida for a new coastal home near Pamlico Sound took some time but was well worth the effort.
Steve Brown and the crew on Novara have seen a lot. Sound strategies and detailed preparation are key to voyaging in extreme conditions.
Changes in global weather conditions across the world’s cruising routes prompted the need for an update to Cornell’s Ocean Atlas.
An ancient Greek deity serves up a fine spring day to one charter crew and inspires an exquisite cocktail.
Kids can learn a whole lot while they think they’re just having fun on a boat.
Delivering the 23-year-old Beneteau 381 La Reine taught us that even the best-laid plans are sometimes no match for fate.