B-grade movie fans find a guilty pleasure in watching films that are so bad they defy logic. For those interested in sharks, pretty girls and one of the most far-fetched plots ever hatched, there is the Syfy channel’s “Sharknado.”
Watching fishermen work some of the most dangerous waters on the planet has riveted viewers of the Discovery Channel’s “Deadliest Catch” for nine seasons and counting.
The video clip here says so much about how not to run a boat and how bad things happen to operators who push things too far.
Reaching speeds previously unheard of in America’s Cup racing, Emirates Team New Zealand scored the first point in the Louis Vuitton Cup, the America’s Cup challenger series, when it completed the 16-nautical mile course in 46 minutes, 27 seconds.
Rescue Coordination Center New Zealand searched the largest area it has ever covered but had found no trace of the wooden schooner Niña when the mission was called off.
Drag-boat racers live for speed. But what happens when the boat has no interest in slowing down at the end of the race?
I had a chance check out several center consoles during Maverick Boat Co.’s recent press outing on the east coast of Florida.
The boating season never ends in South Florida, which means Coast Guard stations there are busy year-round.
The disappearance of a classic wooden schooner off New Zealand with seven people on board, including an American family, continues to grip the cruising community.
What does a 102-foot catamaran do for an encore after completing an historic 37,000-mile circumnavigation under solar power without burning an ounce of fossil fuel?
The Route des Princes multihull race was the setting for a spectacular capsize by the race leader.
A routine launch of a luxury motoryacht turned into another viral video of a nautical blunder.
It must have seemed like a good plan at the time: Pay a crew to take your boat offshore, open the seacocks and send her to the bottom, then collect a $400,000 insurance claim.
The French dig single- and short-handed ocean racing, which means they love the Figaro, a one design class that has been around since the early 1990s.
He has commanded breakfast tables for 50 years, but as it turns out, Cap’n Crunch doesn’t technically hold the rank of captain.
More than 30 passengers aboard a popular duck boat that offers tours of Liverpool, England, scrambled into the water this past weekend after the Yellow Duckmarine began to sink after driving down a ramp and into the water.
Navy and Coast Guard helicopters and vessels chased a 38-foot “super panga” powered by triple 200-hp Yamaha outboards nearly 400 miles before capturing three suspected drug smugglers off San Diego.
The Great Lakes are known for big storms and an estimated 10,000 shipwrecks.
When you think of stitch-and-glue construction you might think kayaks and dinghies. Well, Moon River ain’t no dink.
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