A troubling trend is evolving on the North Carolina and Virginia coast. Four whales have washed ashore in the last two weeks, and at least one is confirmed to have died as a result of a ship strike.
They call them killer whales for a reason: they will kill and eat just about anything, including turtles. Watch as a killer whale juggles a giant sea turtle in the air off the Galapagos islands for pre-meal entertainment.
The Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum in St. Michaels, Maryland, is being tapped to build a brand-new Maryland Dove, a representation of a late 17th-century sailing ship that brought the first European settlers to Maryland.
Vanquish Boats updates its 26-foot center console with a new forward cuddy, improved hardtop, recycled composite materials and more features.
Scientists in the United Kingdom have discovered that billions of particles of nanoplastics can collect in shellfish in just six hours of exposure.
When most people think about Chesapeake Bay, crabs and oysters usually come to mind. While blue crab populations have remained relatively stable over the last 15 years, wild oysters are still in trouble.
Whether it’s a beautiful varnished mahogany runabout cutting across a glassy lake or a sleek center console taking on a tumultuous inlet, Chris-Craft boats have an unmistakable look and impeccable style, in large part because the builder has been refining its designs for 144 years.