A new custom build allows disabled boaters to experience the natural beauty of the Chesapeake Bay, and moments for body and soul to heal.
Three decades after his record-setting circumnavigation, Bill Pinkney finds joy on blue water.
After 267 days alone at sea, Bert ter Hart is the first North American sailor to solo circumnavigate via the five great capes using only celestial navigation
This centenarian sees little reason to slow her routine of working the waters in Maine alongside her son.
A seasoned cruiser gets hooked on laid-back and lovely Onset Bay in Massachusetts, also known as the gateway to Cape Cod.
Where to find cruising nirvana just an island-hop away from Newport.
At the Turtle Hospital in Florida, flippers get fixed, lives get saved and people get inspired.
The craftsmen who keep
Chesapeake Bay boatbuilding alive.
Proven unstoppable in her own right, Kristen Greenaway is very driven to put a
regional maritime museum on a much larger map.
At Barton & Gray, a white-glove, luxury yacht-sharing concept comes of age.
Bereft by the loss of her son, a mother finds solace, friendship and courage learning how to sail.
More women are wading into the hardcore profession of lobstering and finding dream jobs on the water.
Hurricanes, red tides and warming waters are endangering the stone crab, and the livelihoods of watermen who depend on the fishery.
A quaint colonial seaport in Maryland now boasts a new $6 million municipal marina.
Triton Submarines launches a new submersible designed to explore the deepest parts of the world’s oceans, over and over again.