Classic Boats for the Holidays: The Grady-White 204-C
The holidays are for dreaming about dream boats. Here’s the ninth of 12 classics from the Soundings files.
Classic Boats for the Holidays: The Chris-Craft Commander 38
The holidays are for dreaming about dream boats. Here’s the seventh of 12 classics from the Soundings files.
2019 Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show Reveals
The largest in-the-water boat show in the world displayed new, improved and innovative boat models.
Day Two of the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show Brings More New Boats
Absolute, Albemarle, Beneteau, Boston Whaler and Sea Ray were among the builders who showed off their latest models
Photograph Captures Great White Shark and Surfer in Close Encounter
A photographer shot the image of the shark passing behind the surfer off Cape Cod, Massachusetts.
Ship Graveyard Receives National Marine Sanctuary Designation
Mallows Bay, a sliver of water on the Potomac River just south of Washington, D.C., is the newest National Marine Sanctuary in the United States. It is the resting place for around 80 World War I warships and other decaying hulks.
Iconic 144-Year-Old Chesapeake Bay Lighthouse in Dire Straits
Thomas Point Lighthouse, perhaps the most recognizable and famous lighthouse on Chesapeake Bay, is in need of repairs and funding to fix its corroding supports.
NOAA Raises Likelihood of Above-Normal Hurricane Season
In its latest update, the federal agency predicts there will now be five to nine hurricanes this season.
Mercury Racing Unleashes Most Potent Outboard to Date
Mercury Racing last week unveiled the 450R, a 4-stroke outboard based on Mercury Marine’s new 4.6-liter V-8 powerhead. It’s the most powerful outboard engine the company has ever built.
Lyman-Morse Building 57-foot Hood Yacht with New Methods
In an effort to improve employee ergonomics, the Maine Boat builder is building the 57-foot hull of a custom motor yacht in four sections.