This early twentieth-century image from Red Cross magazine illustrates a story on lifesaving.
The Bertram 31 Tracy Ann is rigged out for a day of fishing off Cabo San Lucas in this image from the Soundings files.
At one time, the ice boat was the fastest manmade conveyance vehicle on Earth.
Many of us first experienced the joys of boating as youngsters on lakes like this one.
These family cruisers were among America's first family of pleasure boats in the 1960s.
In the early 1930s, in the English village of Poole, small machine shops and yards were busy making parts for an outboard engine, the British Seagull, that would win a place in history and in the hearts of those who owned one.
Here's how Florida used postcards to promote fishing.
Why the Chris-Craft Roamer Was a Classic
A photo exhibit documents a century of women on the sea