'These old beauties are often overlooked'
The U.S. Life-Saving Service grew from roots planted along the shores of Cape Cod in the 18th century, with men assembling at times of need to pluck mariners from the sea along that long and sometimes treacherous Massachusetts coast.
A good crew means the difference between life and death for shipwrecked sailors.
What’s this sailboat doing in a swimming pool? It’s a curious image saved from oblivion when Soundings moved from its Essex, Connecticut, waterfront office to a new location inland.