First Look: Nordhavn Goes Coastal With New 59
Something new is afloat at the home of Nordhavn Yachts in Dana Point, California. Introducing the Coastal Pilot, starting with the flagship 59, in what you could turn into a series of models in Nordhavn’s new, semi-displacement performance line.
Blue Future: Boyan Slat's Clean Ocean Project (VIDEO)
Late in 2014, Dutchman Boyan Slat completed what was said to be the largest crowd-funded campaign in history, generating over two million dollars in 100 days for his non-profit startup, The Ocean Cleanup.
Nordhavn Announces Owner's Rally To Alaska In 2016
All Nordhavn owners are invited to attend the festivities in Petersburg, Alaska, situated on Mitkof Island from July 8 through 10, 2016.
ISSUE PREVIEW: Tale Of Two Tugs, From The Otherside
Tempting The Sailor’s Heart: Our Intrepid Editor-in-Chief tries to lure a life-long sailor to the power-side by delivering the newest Ranger Tug to the world’s largest rendezvous.
Ferus-Smit Launches A New Ship—The Green Kind (VIDEO)
The Greenland will be the first dry cargo ship ever to be propelled exclusively by LNG, or liquefied natural gas. LNG is the most environmentally friendly fuel known today.
AustinBlu Foundation Rises From Teenage Boating Tragedy
The two boys, Austin Stephanos (pictured above right) and Perry Cohen (left), were avid fishermen who spent as much time as possible on the water.
European Charter Company Le Boat Expands It's Lineup
If you’re tired of the same old-same old, land-based European vacation full of hotel-hopping and EuroTraining, how about chartering a cruiser from England-based Le Boat?
Seven Seas Cruising Association Obtains New FCC License To Benefit Cruisers
When Glenn Tuttle was asked to join the Board of Directors at the SSCA, he thought to himself, “how could I combine my passions, cruising and radio communications, and serve the SSCA?”
Neptune Marine Announces Latest Addition To Elling Line
The new model, dubbed the E6, will build on their line of semi-displacement, high-efficiency cruisers established by previous models, the E3 and E4, starting with their first launch in 1997.
Google And Baykeeper Team Up To Map California Sealevels
With the help of Google, Torqueedo electric power, solar panels, and a specially designed multihull boat, the Baykeeper project is hard at work photographing some 500 miles of coastline around the San Francisco Bay area.
NOAA Embarks On Mission To Chart Bering Strait, Arctic
NOAA’s quest to better understand the world’s seafloor continues, as the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has committed two of its ships to collect and update chart data in the Arctic.