Remember how — before the dawn of the digital age — undeveloped rolls of film could get lost in the junk drawer for years on end, so when you finally got around to developing the photos they seemed to come from some distant time and place?
The Coast Guard started an “underwater egress” training program last summer to help crewmembers increase their chances of survival in the event of a capsize.
Few places on earth are more remote than Palmerston Island, a coral atoll in the Pacific that is home to only 62 people.
There are numerous iconic bluewater yacht races — England’s Fastnet, the Volvo Ocean Race, the Vendee Globe. Australia has the Rolex Sydney Hobart race.
The last few weeks of wintry weather have caused headaches in many parts of the country — multi-car pileups, cancelled flights, frigid temperatures — as well as snow days for kids.
The Coast Guard documents on video many of the operations it conducts. At the end of each year, it releases a Top 10 compilation highlighting the most compelling stories and invites the public to vote on their favorite.
BBC television host Steve Leonard and Arctic expert Jason Roberts were filming an episode about polar bears for the documentary series “Incredible Journeys” when they had a very close call.
The side-wheel steamer Keystone State was pounded in a November storm and claimed by Lake Huron in 1861, with the loss of all 33 hands on board. The ship's final resting place was a mystery for 152 years — until now.
The crew of Pumpin’ Hard, of Ocean City, Md., trailed some bait and a video camera off their 58-foot Blackwell’s dredge. Turns out there were some very hungry makos in the vicinity, and they weren’t camera-shy.
Part of the allure of heading offshore is not knowing what awaits you.
Two brothers-in-law and five children were involved in a harrowing rescue as their disabled boat drifted toward shoal water and breaking surf in Florida’s Nassau Sound.
Dramatic footage has emerged of the improbable rescue of a crewman who survived for nearly three days aboard a sunken vessel 100 feet below the surface of the Atlantic.
A 16-foot jonboat is no place to be with a gale warning in effect, but that’s where two teenage boys in North Carolina found themselves on Sunday.
Why would an experienced tall ship captain sail headlong into the teeth of a well-forecast hurricane barreling toward a destructive and historic assault on the Northeast?
A young couple from Arizona celebrating their first wedding anniversary with a vacation in Thailand were left behind in the water when the skipper of their dive boat headed for shore.
The Salty Dawg Rally — the cruise-in-company to the Caribbean each fall — got under way in a staggered start in early November from Hampton, Va., Beaufort, N.C., and other ports with a 116-boat fleet.
The boats are built for speed, and the drivers live to break records.
For perspective, Typhoon Haiyan, which devastated the Philippines on Friday, packed more power than hurricanes Katrina and Sandy combined, according to reports.
Retrieving a boat being swept across a bar on a raging river is a questionable decision, but a trio of Kiwis in a small inflatable make it look easy in this video.
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