A three-boat crash July 4 in Florida’s Biscayne Bay killed four and sent a dozen to area hospitals following a fireworks display in a scene rescuers called “as chaotic as chaotic could be.”
Safety on the water is important to the marine industry, but accidents happen. Builders, dealers, boatyards and other marine businesses can learn from them.
On the one-year anniversary of a July 1, 2013, parasailing accident in Panama City Beach, Fla., that critically injured two Indiana teens, a state law that prohibits parasailing in certain weather conditions and requires companies to carry insurance went into effect.
It was a bizarre day in Newport Beach, California, when a man stole an 80-foot yacht and nearly made a clean getaway, though he ran onto a breakwall, raided the yacht’s liquor cabinet and ran out of fuel.
Tubing is a favorite activity of families during the summer, but researchers warn that boaters need to be careful when towing riders.
Fire gutted a 112-foot steel-hulled yacht valued at $24 million at a California boatyard last week.
The New York man who was driving a boat that crashed into a barge on the Hudson River near the Tappan Zee Bridge, leaving two people dead, pleaded guilty to two counts of vehicular manslaughter.
Salvage workers are getting the cruise ship Costa Concordia ready for its final voyage.
Two people died and three others escaped with minor injuries when a boat swamped Sunday after its engine failed near the King-Lincoln Park pier in Newport News, Va.
We stumbled onto this video and know only one thing about it: It’s worth sharing.
An independent naval architect reported that a 90-foot vessel that overturned during its launch, and subsequently went viral on video, was stable.