Scuttling old warships and commercial ships for the purpose of creating artificial reefs and underwater diving parks is done in Australia and in the Florida Keys.
A South African couple intent on visiting New York City made the trip the hard way — rowing almost 6,700 miles over six months.
Tourists pay good money for a close-up look at a great white shark, but a group of boaters recently got a free show when a 16-footer poached a chum bag that was hanging over the side of their boat.
A 112-foot steel-hulled yacht valued at $24 million was gutted by fire in a California boatyard last week — and a quick-thinking captain with a remote-controlled quadcopter captured the inferno from the air.
Jack Russell Terriers are excitable, energetic little dogs, and this pup is no different, scooting back and forth across the top cushion of the transom seat. Like a dog with his head out the window of a moving car, he’s clearly enjoying the ride.
The notion of a captain going down with the ship is well known, but what's the legal consequence if he or she does not? Are civil, criminal or professional penalties meted out to the ship's master who scoots and leaves passengers and crew fending for themselves? It's a ripe query, considering the reports of late where captains allegedly left the watery scene without so much as a goodbye.
When 4-stroke outboards entered the market more than a decade ago, venerable 2-stroke technology seemed to be riding into the sunset. Evinrude is about to turn that notion on its head with the introduction of a 2-stroke unlike anything you’ve seen.
A New York man was simply looking for a quiet kayak paddle when he was attacked by an angry beaver, of all things.
Give a group of young adults access to a few nice boats and a waterproof GoPro video camera mounted on a remote-controlled quadcopter and let them loose on the waters off Bimini in the Bahamas.
What better way to cap off a good day of fishing off Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, than a face-to-face meeting with a large marine mammal?
With the exception of those who get paid to be on reality TV shows, commercial fishermen tend to go about their business before heading back to the docks.
The Phantom Project was launched in 2010 by the French company Sail Innovation with one purpose in mind: to create the finest, fastest racing sail catamarans.
Renowned marine artist Donald Demers will be featured in an exhibition at the J. Russell Jinishian Gallery in Fairfield, Connecticut, from June 21 through July 3.
As builders continue to increase the size of outboard-powered boats, it’s no surprise that we’re seeing higher-horsepower engine packages.
When you’re young, you do things differently, and if you’re of a certain age, those moments of moxie typically didn’t occur on camera and, of course, weren’t posted online.
The lighthouse at Le Kereon in the Iroise Sea was the last sea lighthouse to become automated, in December 2003. Before then, relieving a keeper was a treacherous task that required a talented captain and crew on the relief boat.
Here’s a neat video we found of a young girl exhibiting a unique way to deal with a swamped boat.
Poker runs are not so much about powerboat racing as having a good time on the water. One of the largest is held each Memorial Day weekend in the British Virgin Islands.
We stumbled onto this video and know only one thing about it: It’s worth sharing.
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