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The Northwest Passage has captured my imagination since my Pacific Northwest childhood as a final frontier for marine expedition, ambition and, well, cannibalism.
The USCG Auxiliary has many responsibilities including boating education, vessel safety checks, environmental protection, but one of the most important is promoting boating safety.
The Netherlands has long been a place where yacht builders strive for excellence.
A St. Augustine man plans to break the world record by sailing around the globe in less than 150 days.
Located within the Arctic Circle, the Norwegian Lofoten Islands are an exotic outdoor playground, with unparalleled opportunities for skiing, sailing, fishing, and climbing.
The three people rescued from a crippled sailboat in the Hauraki Gulf overnight were all wearing lifejackets but had no form of communication.
Wingsail trimmer Glenn Ashby has confirmed he will again represent Team New Zealand at the next America's Cup.
All customers have individual needs, and in keeping with the goal of continuing to be one of the most customer-responsive companies in yacht building, Kadey-Krogen Yachts announces the splash of a very singular Krogen 58'.
Mike Cemm, of the town's sailing club, received his Royal Yachting Association Outstanding Contribution Award at the RYA's annual volunteer award ceremony in London.
Paris, the founder and chancellor of University of St. Augustine, has competed in Ironman events, and swam the English Channel twice.
Since the Massachusetts Institute of Technology opened its doors in 1865 in response to America's increasing industrialization, the school -- regarded as one of the most academically rigorous in the country -- has had some really impressive people walk its halls.
Every year right before Thanksgiving, Haverford School third-graders learn the story of the Mayflower.
Capt. John Cota, who crashed the Cosco Busan cargo ship into the Bay Bridge in 2007, causing the worst oil spill in San Francisco Bay in two decades, has lost his battle to restart his sailing career.
After a few delays, the floating restaurant known as The Water Table will open for dinner this Friday, December 6 .