The training for the Coast Guard’s elite surfboat crews is legendary.
What’s rarer than the elusive BMW 507 sports car? How about a 507 that floats?
There’s a small bay on the Maryland side of the Potomac River, 30 miles south of Washington, D.C., that is an eerie final resting place for hundreds of ships. More than 230 were scuttled here, and most of them were never put into service.
Retired naval architect Doug Cuthbert wanted to go cruising with his family, but rather than sail over the horizon aboard some beautiful creation of his own, he wanted to go land cruising.
Tyler Medford is your average husband and father who loves to surf.
We’ve all seen dramatic helo hoist rescues of mariners far offshore, but here’s a near-shore aerial rescue performed on a small scale by a local sheriff’s office.
The technology deployed by the armed forces of the Western world is astounding.
Ship launches can be dicey business, especially when rubber tire tubes are used as ramp rollers.
Webcams are used to broadcast live video of everything from the view out in the harbor to giant pandas at the National Zoo.
There’s nothing as calming as a walk along an autumn beach, and members of the One Harbor Church, who were on retreat in North Carolina last week, were probably anticipating a contemplative stroll along the Cape Lookout National Seashore.
Wakesurfing is usually done behind a small boat designed to kick up a big wake. But a big yacht can produce a sizable wake, so that means there can be more than one surfer.
Cameras rolled as the Danish train ferry MF Aerosund II was intentionally sunk in early October off the coast of Svendborg, Denmark.
The first leg of the world’s toughest bluewater race, the Volvo Ocean Race, began Saturday morning with the seven-yacht fleet setting off on the first leg from Alicante, Spain, to Cape Town, South Africa.
The Monaco Yacht Show is known for magnificent vessels set amid immaculate scenery, but a different breed of boat was introduced this year.
We don’t know much about this video, other than it’s short and funny.
While on vacation in August, a group of mariners caught a once-in-a-lifetime view of a volcano erupting from the safety of a boat offshore.
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