This should be the summer you become a swimmer, a paddler or a sailor — it’s easier than you think.
That story, which has sometimes been called a real-life “Lord of the Flies,” was just one episode in a life filled with adventure.
A syndicate representing the Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron won sailing’s biggest prize for the second time in a row.
High-tech racing boats and low-flying helicopters bring close-quarters drama to sailing’s biggest races. But staying out of the way is harder than it looks.
An easy victory in the first leg by Emirates Team New Zealand stoked fears of a blowout, but Luna Rossa Prada Pirelli’s strong start in the second leg allowed it to tie things up.
A dramatic crash left a hole in the hull of a high-tech America’s Cup yacht. A round-the-clock repair effort has brought the boat back from the dead.
The boat that crossed the finish line third in the Vendée Globe ended up as the winner. Its skipper was credited with time lost while rescuing another sailor.
Sofia Bekatorou, a sailing champion, said she was sexually assaulted by a top sports official, prompting an outpouring of support in a country where the issue has long been ignored.
He and his crew sailed from Ireland to Newfoundland in a 36-foot boat like the one a sixth-century monk is believed to have used to cross the Atlantic.
A large wave cracked a racer’s boat in two nearly a thousand miles at sea. His only hope was a rival in the Vendée Globe round-the-world sailing race.
My sister was my other half until we tacked in different directions, making our own life choices.
Sam Davies and Romain Attanasio have long supported each other in yacht races. Now, they are both in the Vendée Globe, a four-month race around the world.
Nobody knows why the marine mammals have been ramming boats in waters from Gibraltar to Galicia, Spain, in recent months. Some vessels were so badly damaged that they had to be towed to port.
Bravo’s hit reality franchise offers a window into the world of yachts and yachties, as “Below Deck Mediterranean” grows in popularity.
An Argentine man stuck in Portugal because of the virus travels for 85 days the only way he could: in a small boat.
Folks who live on boats face off with land they can’t set foot on, staring down logistical hurdles, ethical issues and social media harshness.
Hundreds of boaters stuck in the Caribbean have converged on the U.S. Virgin Islands, but there are fears that their safe haven comes at a cost for residents.