For firefighter Scott Kregness, it was one unusual rescue, and he derives much satisfaction from being able to release to the wild a bald eagle that flew into the boat he was towing last month.
Winning America’s Cup sailors go on to pursue other trophies, but what becomes of the boats that carried them to victory?
Undersea explorer Barry Clifford believes he has found the “Mount Everest of shipwrecks” — Christopher Columbus' flagship, the Santa Maria.
Europeans love their cats, as in catamarans, particularly the French.
The Extreme Sailing Series is designed for adrenaline junkies who race identical 40-foot performance honeycomb-cored, carbon-fiber catamarans at double-digit speeds that have been clocked as high as 30 knots.
A TV production crew for the nature show MaxAnimal got a better-than-expected close-up when a great white shark took a bite of the RIB they were in.
A day of fishing turned into a fight for survival when two Florida men were pitched into the Atlantic by a wave one of the anglers described as 12 feet.
Marine scientists long have known that billfish use the long spear on their upper jaw to slash at and stun prey during feeding, although some experts have suggested that it also helps them navigate.
We don’t know much about this short video we found on YouTube, but it’s well worth a few seconds of your time as a reminder of how fast things can go wrong on a boat.
Prosecutors say the woman in this surveillance video not only struck a bridge, but she also did not do enough to help her injured boyfriend after the accident. The man later died from his injuries.
British long-distance swimmer Adam Walker was three hours into a swim across New Zealand’s Cook Strait when he noticed he had company.
A group of Australian angling buddies came away from a recent outing with a fish tale about the one they were glad got away — a shark the size of their aluminum boat.
Every surfer dreams of riding the perfect wave. But it’s a rare breed who heads out into monster surf kicked up by a 100-year storm.
A 202-foot steamship that sank in 1888 in the shadow of where San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge now stands was recently rediscovered and should shed new light on American society during the Gold Rush.
The Moth Class is probably the least understood of the competitive sailing dinghy racing classes, most notably because of the hydrofoil design, which lifts the hull of the boats out of the water to significantly reduce drag and increase speed.
Coast Guard surfmen are the service’s most highly trained boat handlers and the only coxswains qualified to operate rescue boats in unpredictable and treacherous breaking surf conditions.
We found this promotional video online and had to share it because it looks like a really cool product.
The Charles W. Morgan hasn’t sailed in almost a century, but shipwrights at Mystic Seaport Museum in Connecticut have been mighty busy these last six years working to change that.
There are project boats, and then there’s the 61-year odyssey of the 24-foot wooden backyard boat that appropriately will be named Enigma.
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