The National Sailing Hall of Fame’s Bridge Program allows students to apply their science and math skills on the water.
St. Mary’s County’s own Scandanavian Viking replica ship aims to teach Viking history along the Bay’s shores.
This Bay couple brings ultra-portable multihull to the United States.
Norfolk’s Waterside complex gets a major revitalization, and is poised to open in spring, just in time for visitors heading north on the ICW.
A historic dovetail gets a new home in St. Michaels.
Paul and Sandra Ewell are preserving and sharing the ways of Eastern Shore watermen at the Eastern Shore Watermen’s Heritage Museum in Onancock, Va.
Maryland residents get wet to monitor and improve stream health.
Moment of Zen slips into Easton and nearly stays there.
Once upon a time, winter brought a new livelihood to upper shoremen.
Maryland Natural Resources Police track down the culprits behind an abandoned boat on Middle River.
With less than a year to go, Captain Phil Todd is racing to get the skipjack F.C. Lewis Jr. back in the water.
Cruisers prepped for the ARC Caribbean 1500, which departed from Portmouth, Va., on November 6.
It was the winter of 1961–62. Oysters were still plentiful. Or plentiful enough. Larry Simns, a 24-year-old go-getter out of Rock Hall, Md., had a brand-new oyster boat, Mary C, rigged with a pair of new custom-made drop tongs.