A Coast Guard Air Station Kodiak MH-60 Jayhawk helicopter crew rescued three men from a disabled fishing boat in Alaska’s Bristol Bay on Sunday.
We’ve all seen the America’s Cup wingsail catamarans and their revolutionary (and expensive) foils, which lift the hull out of the water under some conditions, leading to extreme boat speeds.
When workers showed up last Sunday at White Crest Beach in Cape Cod, Mass., a 14-foot male great white shark that weighed about 2,000 pounds awaited them. It had apparently run aground and was thrashing in the shallows.
The Atlantic hurricane season has been relatively slow, but the circumstances are different in the Pacific Ocean, where Hurricane Linda, now weakening, is the eighth major storm of the season.
Coast Guard helicopter and boat crews rescued two men after they ran aground on the Galveston, Texas, North Jetty Monday morning in an accident that ejected one of them and injured both.
And you think navigating the narrow channels at your marina is tricky?
Although Tropical Storm Erika delivered nothing but a soaking in Florida, Georgia and the Carolinas, the storm caused significant damage to the Commonwealth of Dominica, a small island of 289 square miles in the Caribbean.
We don’t know much about this video, other than the fact that a lot can happen in a 12-second clip of an angler trying to boat a big kingfish.
A group of kayakers had a close encounter with an aggressive hammerhead shark off the coast of San Diego during the weekend.
The Moth class of sailing dinghies is endlessly fascinating to watch when top professionals sail them. Designed to hydroplane on foils, they seem to fly above the water.
The crew of the new container ship MSC Zoe recently entered the port of Hamburg, Germany, for the first time, and they brought with them a healthy sense of humor.
As rescues go, this one was most notable for how well prepared everyone was before and after a 22-foot power catamaran capsized with two divers aboard 10 miles off Anna Maria, Fla., on Monday.
Filming a nature show on the open ocean is bound to have its share of surprises.
Lewis Gordon Pugh is an impressive guy. A maritime lawyer and ocean advocate known as the “Sir Edmund Hillary of swimming” in that tight-knit community, Pugh recently became the first human to complete a long-distance swim at the geographic North Pole in nothing more than a Speedo, cap and goggles.
Here’s a spectacular crash between two performance powerboats, but it has a happy ending.
A wooden figurehead more than 500 years old, carved in the shape of a sea monster, was recently raised from Swedish seas for the first time since the Danish warship went to the bottom.
Seals make a great meal for a great white, which is why an explosion in the gray seal population has the ocean’s ultimate predator coming closer and closer to New England beaches.
Some videos speak for themselves, with little explanation.
The 2015 Rolex Fastnet Race got underway in Great Britain on Sunday with the largest fleet in the 90-year history of the biennial bluewater race.
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