Wooden Widget's compact folding dinghy
If you live on an island, owning a small boat is as sensible as owning a car, unless you live on Manhattan Island, where neither makes sense. One apartment dweller discovered the Fliptail 7, a folding sailing dinghy, fits in his closet and aboard public transit.
A catamaran for cozy cruising
While it’s sometimes said that the moment you’ve stepped aboard boat you’ve arrived, there are times when you’d like to go somewhere. The Eco 5 Power Cat can take you places quickly, quietly, and economically.
Rowing among the Islands of the Columbia River Estuary
Winter brought the birds to the islands and with a break in the cold weather brought an opportunity to row along the edge of the Lewis & Clark National Wildlife Refuge.
Rowing's firm foundation
You can’t really pull on oars if your feet have nothing to push against. Ben Fuller offers a number of ways we can brace ourselves.
A Coast-Guard approved Night Visual Distress Signal
You can now meet Coast Guard requirements without having to buy a new set of flares every few years.
A Forward-Facing Rowing System
Rowing takes on a different look when you’re using a forward-facing rowing system. We put articulated oars to the test.
A retired electrical engineer combines modern lithium batteries with a 90-year-old runabout design and becomes an electric-boat race champion.