Seaworthy Magazine

January 2013


  • Damaged boatsSuperstorm Sandy

    The CAT team takes on its biggest challenge ever, accessing marine insurance claims in the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy.

  • NOAA photo of Superstorm Sandy on October 29, 2012 before landfallThe Making Of A Superstorm

    The meteorological ingredients that created Superstorm Sandy may never have come together in just this way before.

  • Silverton 34Capacity, Stability, And Safety

    The capsize of a 34-foot cabin cruiser in Long Island Sound raises questions about boat carrying capacities.

  • Severe weatherSevere-Weather Fallout

    In the wake of an unprecedented number of severe weather events, BoatUS marine insurance rates are set to rise.

  • Sand in bilgeAlert

    Avoiding exploding batteries, corrosive sand, and dirty fuel.

  • Still water cove boatMailboat

    Readers comments on West Coast boating, electric shock drowning questions, and bye-bye Bob.

  • Hot TugSmall Stuff

    Tow vs.Salvage America's Cup style, house vs. boat Supreme Court style, and more ...

  • Beth LeonardMeet Beth Leonard

    Meet Beth Leonard the new editor of Seaworthy Magazine.