797.1 is a wonderful place full of fantastic boats and mariners—and enough inspiration to last a lifetime.
Forget the 5 percent rule. You’ll give up many other things to pay the price, whatever it is. Love always finds a way.
I hate to admit it, but I love being up to my ankles in barnacles and wood shavings, reeking of bottom paint, with fingernails that will take a week to clean.
When choosing crew and guests, think about more than who’s fun at the bar.
Like good books, some DIY projects make a weekend aboard the boat even better.
For "A Dash of Salt" columnist Chris Caswell, DIY boat projects conjure memories of doctoring by hook, by crook or by duct tape.
Damn, I like having a captain.
We didn’t know it, but our boats are chanting mantras to us every time we use them.
There’s more to the night sky than just those pinpricks of light.
If you don’t own a pair of oars, then you’re missing out on one of boating’s great pleasures.
We need Tool Amnesty Day for returning all the stuff we borrowed and then accidentally kept.
John Steinbeck knew why we can’t pass a hull without giving it a knock.