SOS: Boat Stuck ... In A Cave?
TowBoatUS San Diego responds to an incredibly strange distress call caused by a one-in-a-million missed waypoint.
The Dangers of Drinking and Boating
Drunk driving in a boat is just as illegal — and can be even more hazardous — than drunk driving in a car.
Hurricane Prep Saves During Hurricane Florence
These boat owners aggressively prepped their boat for survival at the dock using proven techniques as powerful Hurricane Florence zeroed in. Here’s their dramatic firsthand story.
What To Do After A Hurricane
After a storm has passed and authorities are allowing travel, get to your boat quickly. It's your responsibility to protect your boat from further damage, and its equipment from theft, regardless of its condition.
The Dangers Of West Coast Swells
Any surfer can tell you one way the West Coast is unique: Average swell heights are significantly higher than on the East Coast, Gulf Coast, or in the Great Lakes. As this story shows, that swell can be deadly.
Insurance For Peer To Peer Boat Rental
Today, using peer-to-peer platforms, you can ask a stranger to cook you dinner, move your couch, or walk your dog. There are even those who’ll loan you their boat for the afternoon.
Galvanic Isolators Explained
Often overlooked, this piece of equipment is critical in the fight against corrosion.
How To Safely Tow A Dinghy
Davits are divine, but sometimes you need to tow your tender. Follow our step-by-step guide to rigging a bridle for a safe and drama-free haul.
Stay Put On Deck
Man-overboard situations can come miles offshore or on a stormy lake. Here’s some sound advice on jacklines.