This Boat's Legal Lesson: Mind Your Insurance 'Navigational Limits'
Circumnavigation Deferred, Vessel Spends Decade in Serial Litigation
TV News Takes Credit for 'Boat Graveyard' Exhumations (Video)
Features Time-Lapse Depiction of 40-Footer Reflotation
Owners Sue After City of Oakland Seizes, Breaks Up Their Boats (Video)
Anchored Illegally in the Estuary, Authorities Say
Feds 'Arrest' $4 Million Yacht at Florida Boat Show
Ownership Dispute over 74-Foot Sunseeker Comes to a Head at Lauderdale
Poop Patrols Returning to Florida ICW as Green Group Seeks Fed No-Discharge Zone
Meanwhile, Residential Sewage Literally Pours Into Indian River Lagoon
Key West Documentarians Explore Police Shooting of Liveaboard Boater (Video)
Man Survives After Surgery; Officer on Leave Pending Investigation
Flawed Law? Florida City Trying To Restrict Anchoring Like the Bad Old Days
Madeira Beach Cherry Picks Language To Get Around State Law
Madeira Beach Okays Anti-Anchoring Ordinance But Spares Bonafide Cruisers (Read the Memo)
Aims Regulation at Vessels Lacking Mobility
Coast Guard Crew in 'Badass Boarding' Interviewed (Video)
His Leap Onto the Sub Went Viral
Bill Would Outlaw Laser Targeting of Watercraft (Video)
Seen as Threat to Coast Guard, Navigation in General
Insurance Trial in Mysterious Sinking That Killed His Mother (Coast Guard Audio)
Carman, 26, says he was adrift for seven days after his boat sank with his mother aboard. Linda Carman has never been found. His father died mysteriously too.
Coast Guard Crackdown on Illegal Charters Continues (Video)
Florida Is a Hotbed of Scofflaws.
New Mandatory N.Y. Boating Safety Course Applies to Out-of-Staters, Too
Hundreds of Southbound Cruisers, Great Loopers Will Be Affected, Not Necessarily Right Away
Florida Liveaboards: Is It Voter Supression? (Blog)
Clues from the St. Brendan's Isle Voter Rolls
Parker on Liveaboard Voting Rights: 'No Taxation Without Representation'
Weather Router Reacts to Florida Elections Decision
St. Brendan's Isle Promises To Fight for Individual Voting Rights
In Other Matters, Business as Usual
Does the Proposed Florida Salvage Law Tip-Toe Too Close to Federal Ground?
A Maritime Lawyer's Point of View