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.
We found this clip of a woman foolishly taunting the incoming ocean surf and paying a heavy price for that mistake.
Many a cruising boater has dreams of completing all or a portion of the famed inland waterway route known as The Great Loop.
With another Memorial Day holiday weekend set to start another boating season in northern climes, it’s a good time to remember to play it safe on the water.
A day of fishing by a trio of Texas anglers went from bad to worse when their 27-foot Boston Whaler lost power and drifted hard onto the South Galveston jetty on Tuesday.
Running hard aground is bad news for any boater, but when the vessel in question is a $3 million 85-foot yacht rapidly taking on water, the stakes are considerably higher.
It’s a pleasant scene in any port: A boater shuttles across the harbor in an inflatable tender with a faithful dog as crewmate.
Running an inflatable tender through an anchorage is a great place for a show-off to shine.
Where else but in California would you find an annual surfing competition just for dogs?
Action-camera videos are ubiquitous these days, capturing both stunning perspectives and epic failures.
Good seamanship or a profoundly stupid act of recklessness?
In Argentina, they love their fishing, and they sure know how to throw a party.
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