Draped over PVC A-frames, canvas donated by sailors is sheltering thousands of the displaced
Reaction to the catastrophic earthquake in Haiti was global, and the subsequent public outpouring has been just as far-reaching. The sailing community, however, realized it had something to offer beyond credit card donations.
Recession hones the deal-making instincts of buyer and seller alike at Florida's big marine flea market
Julio Cordero wheels a box full of boat parts on a hand truck as he walks the aisles of the Dania Beach (Fla.) Marine Flea Market with a friend.
NOAA satellite analysis confirms skipper's account of the knockdown off Brazil that doomed the tall ship
A NOAA scientist who researches microbursts has fingered one of the violent downdrafts as the likely culprit in the Feb. 17 sinking of the tall ship Concordia. He reached that conclusion after analyzing satellite imagery of the weather that day.
A U.S. design with overseas appeal
An Irish boatbuilder is using a time-tested American design from the late John Atkin to launch his business.
Summer Sailstice - founded by California sailor John Arndt in 2001 and billed as the world's largest sailing celebration - returns the weekend of June 19-20.
In the spirit of the event, sailors around the globe are invited to start the summer season by hoisting their sails for a ceremonial sail in their home waters during the summer solstice weekend.
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