Three missing sailors were saved from a remote island in the western Pacific after their boat strayed more than 100 miles off course.
More than 500 people gathered for the “White Trash Bash” over the weekend. None of them wore masks.
After a three-year restoration, the 64-year-old reproduction of the original Mayflower sets sail for Plymouth.
Ocean Voyages Institute sets a record by cleaning 206,000 pounds of plastic and fishing nets from the Great Pacific Garbage Patch.
Kathy Sullivan already made history as the first woman to take a spacewalk, and now she has broken boundaries once again by becoming the first woman to reach the ocean’s deepest point.
A local grocer travels 50 miles by boat and picks up $30,000 worth of supplies every week to keep his small town fed.
The 2020 Blue Crab Winter Dredge Survey reports a healthy population of spawning-age crabs in the Bay.
After hitting a rock formation with their 39-ft powerboat, two boaters are rescued by the Norwalk Police Department moments before the boat sinks.
This Swedish company introduced a completely electric hydrofoiling boat that combines efficiency with range and speed.
Meg Reilly had just started her racing season when St Maarten went into lockdown, leaving her stranded at anchor with no end date in sight.
NOAA Fisheries announced voluntary speed restrictions after right whales were spotted from a Boston-area beach during the whales’ migration.
Researchers find a giant hunting siphonophore off Western Australia, which could be the longest creature ever recorded.
Kinder Industries Inc. shifts production from boat covers to face shields to support hospitals and frontline medical workers during the coronavirus crisis.
Researchers found two new species of six-gilled sawsharks while studying fisheries, which shows how much we still have to learn about ocean life.
After being released from 20 years in captivity, Yoshi the sea turtle embarks on an unprecedented journey across the globe that surprises everyone.
Researchers at the New England Aquarium discovered the two endangered whales in a national marine monument, in addition to hundreds of other whales and dolphins.
The Miami International Boat Show and Miami Yacht Show kick off tomorrow with plenty of new models.