Advances in technology continue to alter the boating experience and — for people with disabilities — open up new possibilities.
German naval cadets received an unexpected lesson when a recent three-month training trip concluded with a crash into a concrete bulkhead.
Red Jacket V is a 38-foot sloop that owner John Funk likes to sail in local Maine regattas, such as this year’s Around Islesboro Race.
Rafael Lopez and his family were aboard his 51-foot Sea Ray Sundancer, heading out to Oakland, California’s outer harbor for a nice Sunday dinner.
A hungry humpback whale nearly swallowed a paddleboarder off the coast of California.
Arctic adventure tour guide Nansen Weber captured aerial footage of 2,000 beluga whales frolicking in pristine Arctic waters in northern Canada last summer and recently published an edited version online.
We hold in the highest regard those mariners who head out in the worst sea conditions for the benefit of others.
For generations, traditional Bahamian sloops were designed as simple workboats for fishing and transportation, but they received a new life when islanders started to race them.
Phillip Island, off Australia’s southern coast near Melbourne, is known for abundant wildlife, on land and in the sea.
Two high-tech, oversize trimarans are racing around the globe, attempting to complete the fastest sailboat circumnavigation on record and capture the Jules Verne Trophy.
Here’s some nautical eye candy, courtesy of the acclaimed marine photographer Alison Langley.
Boaters know the subtleties required to safely set an anchor, starting with the rule of thumb that you use at least three times as much chain as is needed to reach the bottom.
Warner Bros. Pictures has released the final trailer for its big-budget movie about the true story that helped to inspire Herman Melville’s “Moby-Dick.”
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.
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