USCG Atlantic area historian, William H. Thiesen, Ph.D. recalls the heroic rescue of the Cutter Escanaba shortly before her sinking.
Understanding how your EPIRB works and how to operate it is better to do before disaster strikes.
The vessel was spotted by passing Liberian-flagged bulk carrier ship Skiathos on June 7th.
As tariffs and retaliatory tariffs build the US marine manufacturers are facing a significant impact.
Cruisers Teaching Cruisers About Engines and Systems at TrawlerFest
Boat Show, Seminars and a Chance To Have a Unique Vacation
Distant harbors beckon the power cruising boater, but distant harbors take time to reach, which means you may need to use that second set of 12 hours we get each day—you know, the ones in the dark.
Though Maybe Not as Bad as 2017
Mention drowning and we all tend to envision a person in the water waving his hands, splashing and screaming for help. That’s not even remotely close to what a drowning person looks like, writes Mario Vittone in this week’s Lifelines: Safety And Rescue At Sea blog.
Soundings Magazine's regular contributor, Mario Vittone dives deep on cold water immersion in this post on his lifelines blog