Sailing under the power of a kite is nothing new, but the Kite Tender is like nothing you’ve seen before.
From the “didn’t see that one coming” department, we found a video from the blooper reel of a TV show involving chefs that first catch, then cook their meals.
The Penboscot Pursuit Regatta, formerly the Rockland-Castine Regatta, and before that the Camden-Castine Race, is held annually at the Rockland Yacht Club in Maine.
A duo of Italian sailors mounted a GoPro Hero 2 camera on the bow of a Hobie Tiger to document their sea trial on a breezy day off Sestri Levante in the Italian Riviera.
Sailors participating in Australia’s annual Hamilton Island Race Week got some added excitement when humpback whales began breaching as the fleet passed through Whitsunday Passage off Queensland.
A high-speed boat crash at the Lake of the Ozarks Shootout performance powerboat-racing event left two men seriously injured.
Goliath grouper can grow to about 8 feet and can weigh nearly 800 pounds, and they are known to eat whatever opportunity presents — smaller fish, crustaceans, octopus, sea turtles — and judging from this video, the occasional shark.
The crew of a 99-foot Australian whale-watching tour boat came to the rescue of a 35-foot sailboat that beached after it broke free from its mooring.
An Alaskan fishing guide recently caught a spectacular scene of a sea lion being hunted by an orca.
A crew from Coast Guard Air Station Astoria, Oregon, hoisted to safety a kayaker who was stranded on rocks near Cape Falcon last Saturday afternoon.
Real sailors, especially competitive ones, are used to getting wet.
We found a short and not-so-sweet video that shows the hazards of riding a motorcycle along the edge of a wharf.
Fire, fiberglass and gasoline have conspired to create some combustible moments aboard boats of all types.
Anyone who has spent time in a dormitory knows there are any number of pranks that fellow residents can pull while you sleep.
Some dogs are a bundle of energy. Some are mellow, others impulsive.
It’s a slow news day, so we thought we’d take this opportunity to remind you that high-adrenaline fun is not the exclusive preserve of those guys and gals aboard big boats in the distance races.
On April 12, 2007, the 247-foot, state-of-the-art Bourbon Dolphin, under the command of Norwegian captain Oddne Arve Remoy, was involved in a tragic anchor-handling capsize.
It may give you the willies, but it sure is cool to watch an octopus — the marine world’s contortionist and escape artist extraordinaire — do the seemingly impossible.
The Charles W. Morgan was welcomed home to Connecticut’s Mystic Seaport Museum on Wednesday, completing a historic three-month 38th Voyage tour.
This video recently resurfaced on YouTube with no explanation, and although we learned that the accident was from 2009, it hasn’t lost its drama with age.
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