Thirteen people were rescued from a 106-foot yacht that sank Monday evening in the waters off Fort Lauderdale.
Safety on the water is important to the marine industry, but accidents happen. Builders, dealers, boatyards and other marine businesses can learn from them.
A hired captain who was involved in a fatal collision with a 23-foot boat while delivering a 60-foot Princess from last fall’s boat show in Newport, R.I., to the show in Norwalk, Conn., was arraigned Wednesday.
For an Indiana woman who was critically injured in a boating accident in May, the holidays are more special than usual this year.
Investigators are searching for what caused the Annapolis Yacht Club to be badly burned in a massive fire Saturday, destroying historic artifacts and trophies and causing the Parade of Lights event, which draws 20,000, to be canceled.
Oyster Marine said it examined a possible weakness in the process used to build the inner structure of the Polina Star III — an Oyster 825 that sank off the coast of Spain in July and whose crew was rescued — and said the process hadn’t been used on any yachts other than 825s and…more
A bill that would raise the age to legally operate a personal watercraft in Florida from 14 to 16 was filed by state Sen. Jeremy Ring.
Two men died and five were rescued after their pontoon boat capsized off the coast of New Jersey on Friday, flinging the occupants into chilly waters.
A whale-watching boat in British Columbia capsized Sunday, killing at least five, and baffling investigators who said seas were calm when the accident occurred.
Florida builder SeaHunter Boats was fined $9,100 by federal regulators after two workers were “severely burned” during an explosion at a Florida marina in August.
It’s been 10 years since the sinking of the Ethan Allen in upstate New York that killed 20 senior citizens and changed the entire tour boat industry in the state.