It’s easy to take for granted the good work that Coast Guard crews do every day, but watching them in action never gets old.
Trawler yacht builder Nordic Tugs is touting its new NT 39 fast trawler with a promotion that asks the question, “Who ever said all trawlers are slow?”
Gunboat uses cutting-edge design and technology in its North Carolina plant to build some of the best sailing catamarans in the world.
The captain of a California whale-watching tour boat recently posted a video documenting a rare sight: twin whale calves swimming with their mother.
The so-called “Redneck Riviera” is along the beaches of the Florida Panhandle and lower Alabama, a region known for down-home country fun.
The bravest of Grand Canyon tourists sign up for a guided tour riding the rapid at Lava Falls, listed in the Guinness Book of World Records as the “fastest navigable white-water stretch in North America” and producing churning water speeds approaching 30 mph.
In case you missed it, last week an Alaskan Coast Guard crew documented one of the most dramatic rescues you’ll ever see.
Here’s a great video that makes us wonder whether we’d have the nerve to be submerged in a shark tank with a goliath great white predator circling awfully close to our only protection.
A Coast Guard helicopter crew rescued four recreational fishermen from an oil platform in the Gulf of Mexico after their boat sank 90 miles off the coast of Louisiana on Tuesday.
Good boat handling is always a pleasure to witness, as seen in this clip.
Here’s a video we found that’s hard not to like: A pod of playful dolphins swim alongside a sailboat off the San Diego coast.
We’ve all seen countless videos of Coast Guard rescue swimmers making the impossible look easy.
Backing a trailered boat down a launch for splashing is a task that experienced boaters take for granted.
In another sign of rapidly thawing relations between the United States and Cuba, five two-person teams of American Hobie Cat sailboat racers left Key West's South Beach May 16 on a Key West-to-Havana race that is believed to be the first U.S. government-sanctioned sailing race between the two cities in more than 50 years.
A Coast Guard Air Station Sitka MH-60 Jayhawk helicopter crew medevaced an ailing mariner from Deep Bay, 25 miles north of Sitka, Alaska, last week.
Any angler will tell you that one of the keys to a successful day of fishing is to bring the fish aboard the boat, rather than join it in the water.
Right now on Martha’s Vineyard, engineers are working to preserve an iconic piece of nautical history.
Curiously named, The Yacht Week is actually a summer-long festival held annually on Croatia's island-dotted Adriatic Sea coast, and it’s known for wild parties and a weekly regatta that pits enthusiastic amateur sailors with varying streaks of competitiveness.
This video starts innocuously enough: Two young men working on a rescue boat leave an offshore oil-drilling platform in the Gulf of Mexico.
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