One Trailer at a Time, Please. - Soundings Online

One Trailer at a Time, Please.

Publish date:

Don’t try this at home, or on the road.

Last week, a driver simultaneously towed a camper trailer and a boat trailer, lost control of his pickup, jackknifed the camper trailer and deposited the boat onto Interstate 4, according to a Florida Highway Patrol report.


Neither the 30-year-old driver nor his 63-year-old passenger were injured.

The driver was cited for careless driving and oversize load violations.



In the Nick of Time

A video shows a man patiently waiting for rescuers as his boat burns behind him.


One Cool Cat

We test the world’s first all-electric bareboat catamaran during a cruise through the British Virgin Islands.


Family Heirloom

A World War II U.S. Navy surplus whaleboat has served the same family for more than 60 years.


Black Beauty

A 1922 schooner won the best sailboat award at an antique and classic boat festival. Here’s why.


North Haven 24

Sam Devlin has drawn up a new pocket lobster boat design that will be right at home around its namesake island in Maine.

Screenshot 2020-03-27 11.21.16

Restoring a Rare 114-Year-Old Fishing Boat

A Washington state non-profit organization is saving a wooden 1906 salmon fishing boat, one of the last of its kind.


Maryland Recreational Boating Ban Lifted

The Old Line State was the last to lift its recreational boating restrictions.


Classic Boats, Timeless Stories

At the Antique & Classic Boat Show in Salem, Massachusetts, award- winning designs are thoughtfullly maintained by doting owners.