NOAA is making major technological leaps to better measure and predict hurricanes, as well as rip currents
From bareboats and crewed charters to learn-to-sail courses, people are flocking to Florida to go boating
A major upgrade to side-scan sonar helps the
crew of Tenacious locate a sunken world war i
submarine in Northeast waters
The Coast Guard bestows one of its rarest awards on an oregon man who saved a commercial crew
A newly launched boat in Italy suggests one possible future for 3D printers in boatbuilding
The British Virgin Islands are reopening for tourism—including charters—on December 1
The island nation has a workable plan for welcoming boaters during the Covid-19 pandemic
As the Covid-19 pandemic wears on, the process of buying a boat is moving online. Here’s how to research and shop most efficiently.
The Armory in Newport, Rhode Island, will be remade anew as an experience called The Sailing Museum.
The idea of getting out on the water will have a new connotation this summer.
The Coast Guard Foundation gets one of its largest gifts ever when a longtime donor ups the ante.
A Sea Ray shows the world where boating technology may go next.
Could Bridgeport, Connecticut, become just as much of a boating destination as Newport, Rhode Island?
Builders of midrange yachts say impending emissions regulations may force them to stop selling certain models, which could be bad news for consumers.
When it comes to a bareboat charter, traveling with a flotilla or an instructor on board is a great way to explore unfamiliar waters.
The world’s largest 3D-printed boat is a harbinger of how boatbuilding may evolve in coming years.
Dorian’s trail of destruction and trauma exposes the realities of boating amid increasingly powerful storms.. Plus, how to support the relief efforts in the Bahamas. Hint: Get cruising.
As relief efforts continue in the Abacos, the rest of
the Bahamas are unscathed and eager to welcome boaters
EXXpedition, an organization that fights ocean plastics, is prepping for its longest voyage yet.
Boat owners are getting in on the sharing economy as it moves from Airbnb and Uber out onto the water.
Gasoline blended with 15 percent ethanol is finding its way to gas stations everywhere, and that’s bad news for skippers who fuel trailered boats at the pump.
Lawmakers are trying to prevent the sale of this historic and ecologically important landmark in Long Island Sound to private developers. Here’s why.
A lawsuit in Maine prompts questions about what boaters should look for when evaluating any boatyard for repair work.