Latest Boating News

Iceberg-Spotting on Greenland’s Frozen Coast

If you want to see some of the world's most impressive icebergs, the Cape Race -- a boat built for scientists and adventurers with a high threshold for unexpected delays -- will take you.

Richard O’Keeffe: Shipwright/Docent, Matthew Turner Project

Boatbuilding in Sausalito has been a continuing activity from William Richardson's time to present.

U.S. Coast Guard Develops Boating Safety App

Boaters now have access to a boating safety app released by the U.S. Coast Guard.

Massive 7-Foot-Long Eel Caught in UK Almost Breaks Record

A silvery-gray conger eel had already gone limp by the time fishermen found it on their trawler, but its shocking length of 7 feet (2.1 meters) still caught them off guard, according to the British company that found the huge eel.

Amazing Waves Discovered in Deep-Ocean Trench

Surf's up more than 2 miles under the sea, where ice-cold waves as tall as skyscrapers tumble over an underwater "waterfall."

If Your Shark Photos Aren’t Good, You’re Not Close Enough

Jorge Hauser has three rules for photographing sharks.

Pod of Killer Whales Play With Boat

An amazing video has emerged from New Zealand of a pod of orcas playing with a boat.

Surf City USA Attempts to Break Surfing Guinness World Records

HUNTINGTON BEACH, CA -- Surf City USA is living up to its name by attempting to break not one, but two Guinness World Records on June 20, 2015.

GoPro Records Close-Up of Great White Shark Off California

Earlier this week a fireboat working off the coast of California had a close encounter with a great white shark.

Gray Whale and Her Baby Greet and Play With Tourists Off the Coast of Mexico

This was the touching moment when tourists got a truly big surprise -- and a slightly smaller one too -- as a gray whale and her baby met holidaymakers on a boat.

The Museum That Moves

Where can you take a ride on the last operating steam-powered, sternwheel tugboat in the country that currently serves as a floating museum?

Tacoma Dragon Boat Club Hosts Annual Paddle-Battle on the Thea Foss Waterway

The air horn blows, drums begin a beat, oars cut the rippling surface of the Thea Foss Waterway, and the race is on.

These Guys Have Freerun a 21-Meter Sailboat

Freerunning got its start in the streets and buildings of cities as athletes found new ways to move around the world they lived in.

FREE Honey Pot Day Program Helps Boaters Properly Dispose of Sewage, Reduce Ocean Bacteria & Directly Affect Water Quality

Los Angeles (May 19, 2015) -- The Bay Foundation Boater Education Program is proud to announce the annual return of the Honey Pot Day program for its seventh consecutive year. Honey Pot Day is offered from April 1 -- August 31, 2015, in four Southern California harbors: Marina del Rey, King Harbor (Redondo Beach), Port of Los Angeles, and Port of Long Beach.

Watch ‘Bow-Riding’ Dolphins Enjoy Gliding Through the Surf

A pod of playful dolphins have been filmed swimming alongside a boat by a flying drone camera.


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