Fifteen people aboard a megayacht escaped injury when the boat collided with a drawbridge on the Broad Causeway Tuesday afternoon in Miami.
Safety on the water is important to the marine industry, but accidents happen. Builders, dealers, boatyards and other marine businesses can learn from them.
The environmental organization Greenpeace said Spanish navy boats that rammed a dinghy carrying activists on Saturday injured four people, one of them seriously.
Two separate drownings last weekend at a Minnesota lake that resulted in the death of a 6-year-old boy and a 60-year-old man have officials urging locals to wear life jackets.
A 32-year-old Michigan man was arraigned on alcohol-related charges in a fatal boat crash that took the lives of two people in the Great Lakes region this summer.
Toxicology tests are pending in a two-boat crash on Biscayne Bay that killed a 29-year-old mother of three during the Columbus Day weekend.
The captain of the South Korean ferry that sank in April, killing more than 300 people, told a court that he “deserved the death penalty,” but denied sacrificing passengers’ lives to save his own.
The North American Marine Environment Protection Association said Houston-based Titan Salvage, a subsidiary of Crowley Maritime Corp., is the recipient of its 2014 Corporate Marine Environment Protection Award.
The marine industry lost one of its most innovative, respected and capable performance powerboat builders and operators this summer in a dramatic boat crash during a Lake of the Ozarks performance boat competition.
A Florida man who had just purchased a used 43-foot Viking motoryacht took it for a test run Tuesday afternoon on the Intracoastal Waterway with the broker who had sold it.
The captain of the charter fishing boat Vendetta in Point Loma, Calif., near San Diego changed his itinerary after coming upon a man stranded at sea whose skiff had capsized.