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.
Safety on the water is important to the marine industry, but accidents happen. Builders, dealers, boatyards and other marine businesses can learn from them.
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.
The National Transportation Safety Board says the capsize of an 85-foot Northern Marine yacht during its launch last year was probably a result of the vessel’s low margin of stability. The board attributed the stability problem of the $10 million yacht, which was a complete loss, to the combined effects of a recording error during…more
Investigators said an 81-year-old Connecticut man was killed last week when two boats crashed off the coast of Westerly, R.I.
Nearly four years after the Costa Concordia wrecked off the coast of Isola del Giglio in Italy on Jan. 13, 2012, 200 technicians are working to dismantle the cruise ship.
Michael Harris, the son of former San Francisco 49ers chief executive Peter Harris, was killed Monday in a boat collision off Santa Catalina island in Southern California.
Two young children and two adults were killed after their small boat, which was carrying six people, hit a Kentucky dam on the Ohio River.
A boat crashed at the 99th annual UAW-GM Spirit of Detroit HydroFest this weekend after it got some air underneath it and flipped.
It took more than a year after an 85-foot Northern Marine yacht capsized upon launch, generating a video that went viral and prompting the company to close up shop, for an investigation to reveal why the boat tipped. Now authorities have ruled that the yacht likely sank because of its low margin of stability.