Franck Cammas, one of world’s most accomplished sailors, has done what no one has done before. He rounded Cape Horn in a 20-foot foiling catamaran.
A drone camera captured a bird’s-eye view of the sideways launch of the 495-foot dedicated cement carrier M/V Greenland, which made quite a splash.
The steel-hulled, four-masted barque Peking, launched in 1911, was one of the last windjammers used in the nitrate and wheat trades around the often treacherous Cape Horn.
As winter approaches, storms pass more frequently through the Pacific Northwest, making river entrances dangerous to cross.
The Italian yacht builder Rossinavi recently launched a custom 132-foot motoryacht that is a modern replica of a yacht from the early 1930s.
Saving lives is a tricky business — one that requires practice to be sharp when it counts most.
An MH-60 Jayhawk aircrew from Coast Guard Air Station Astoria in Warrenton, Oregon, was on a training mission Nov. 10 when they spotted three people whose kayaks had capsized.
Spear fisherman Johan Potgieter was diving about 62 feet beneath the surface off the coast of South Africa when one of the region’s alpha predators — a great white shark — became extremely interested in him.
Trailering a boat on a highway can be a tricky task. We found this short clip of an accident in which a motorist coming from the opposite direction on a two-lane road drives across the center line and takes out a trailered boat, which skitters down the road on its hull.
Its engine had failed, and the 38-foot sailboat Golden Morn was dead in the water in rough seas and 13-foot swells about 19 miles off England’s Lizard Point.
A group of recreational sailors recently had a very close encounter with a whale off Redondo Beach, Calif.
The tall ship L'Hermione is a replica of Revolutionary War hero Marquis de Lafayette’s 18th century frigate, Freedom.
Racing high-octane powerboats is not for the weak-kneed. The now ubiquitous on-board camera gives us a front-row seat for the action.
We found the most pleasant eight seconds of video you’ll see all day.
The Transat Jacques Vabre is a biennial double-handed sail race from France to Brazil. The fleet set out from Le Havre last week, but in a matter of days the number of contestants was dwindling.
Boating’s many tribes include an extreme sect composed of bluewater adventurers focused solely on sailing as fast as possible.
The Bay of Biscay, off the west coast of France, is renowned for delivering treacherous sea conditions.
San Diego boaters have a complicated relationship with the sea lions that also call the harbor their home port.
Navigating a Hawaiian inlet with a known reef hazard and breaking surf can test any skipper’s mettle.
Collisions on racecourses are nothing new, but when the racing is among cutting-edge speedsters such as America’s Cup foiling catamarans, the impact can be especially cringe-worthy.
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