"When we were shown this house I liked the open plan and the hardwood floors,” says Claudia Gukeisen of Summerland Key in the Florida Keys, “but as soon as I stood on the porch and saw the dock, beach and ocean before me I knew this was my house.”
Oil painting by Marek Sarba
The salvage tug Foundation Franklin out of Halifax, Nova Scotia — Capt. Harry Brushett in command — maneuvers in heavy seas to take up a tow during a stormy day on the Atlantic. It’s March 1944, and the stricken vessel is the Joel R. Poinsett, a U.S. Liberty ship laden with heavy machinery bound for the European theater.
Soundings at 50 - Celebrating a half-century of boating
In 1937, William L. Shirer was a down-on-his luck newspaper reporter in Berlin, Germany. He had lost his foreign correspondent’s job with the Universal wire service, he was broke, his wife was pregnant, and all around him the Nazis were gearing up for war.
These experts agree that the best boats start with a comfortable, dry ride and plenty of storage
The “perfect” fishing boat is somewhat of an elusive concept. There are just so many variables — big boat or small, inboard or outboard, where and how you fish, your budget, to name a few.
R.J. Boyle specializes in catching broadbill swordfish in the Gulf Stream during the day
It takes a long time for bait to reach the bottom in 1,700 feet of water, even when you’re using 10 pounds of lead.
The anticipation of hooking a massive broadbill swordfish and getting to see the beast in broad daylight seems to slow the drop even more.It’s like when you were a kid going to the movies: The trip to the theater always seemed 10 times longer than the ride home.
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