White-Spunner Construction and Saunders Yachtworks announced work on a dry-dock basin in Gulf Shores, Ala., establishing a major vessel repair complex on the Intracoastal Waterway.
An amazing video from the Navy shows their first test of a ray gun mounted on a warship, using the beam to blast a small rigid-inflatable boat and set its engines on fire.
A vote on proposed boat taxes in Connecticut is set for April 18, according to the Connecticut Marine Trades Association.
For Lori Arsenault, who was just eight years old when her father, Tilmon Arsenault, died as the USS Thresher sank in 1963, there's a responsibility to keep the submarine's story alive and to honor the lives of her father and his 128 crewmembers.
A 56-year-old Washington state man died in the very first high-speed boat race he competed in after his hydroplane became airborne and flipped over as his family watched from the shore.
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