Strip-built in cedar, spruce, and pine
The original Adirondack guideboats were designed in the middle of the 19th century to take paying customers hunting and fishing the interconnected lakes, ponds, and streams of Upstate New York. The elegant strip-built version of this swift rowing boat makes rowing for its own sake a profitable venture.
A 14' hunting skiff
The Cackler from Devlin Designing Boat Builders is a contemporary outboard hunting skiff that can carry a heavy load, manage rough water and get hunters, dogs, and decoys out and back at a good clip. Its uncluttered cockpit make it a versatile utility skiff.
A father and son take to the South Salish Sea
Bruce Bateau takes his teenage son on a weekend sail among the islands in Washington’s South Puget Sound and watches his love of boats and water take hold in the next generation.
When the going gets tough, relax
Hard-won lessons from an experienced long-distance rower may come in handy when you’re struggling to reach a safe haven.
Going analog for a quick fix
With a chart and a little low-tech device called a Nav-Aid you can set a course faster than you can plug in a waypoint.
Getting hitched hassle-free
If you have to back your vehicle up to the trailer, the iBall wireless trailer hitch camera will get you on target in no time.
Speed with a dash of stability
This Steve Killing-designed shell was built by an Arkansas retiree with an interest in learning to row and the patience to plane rolling bevels on every 23’-long strip.