The 2018 the Annapolis Safety at Sea Seminar, to be held on March 24 and 25 will focus on offshore as well as inshore safety issues and have poignant programs for cruisers and racing...
Handle boating emergencies in advance by training your crew in some of the basics
Options for disposal of flares have included donation to a local law enforcement agency for training, legally ignite them, and disposal at a commercial hazardous...
Here’s a fresh approach to boating safety: think of your boat as an accident-in-waiting and follow these 10 suggestions. ~by Capt. Art Pine
Sailors and boaters who are buying or selling a DSC-VHF radio-equipped vessel need to follow some guidelines.
Autumn brings some of the best sailing of the year to the Chesapeake Bay. Enjoy it more by practicing these ten safe sailing tips.
As we slog through the hazy, hot, and humid dog days, it’s worth taking a few moments to consider a “cooling plan” for boat and crew.
Photos and video of stormy weather from July 25 and BoatUS tips for sailors for future storms. ~Photos and video by Shannon Hibberd
Here is Hampton sailor Mark Wheeler’s first-hand account of being that man overboard in the night during the Chicago Mackinac Race last week onboard the Farr 400 Meridian X: