5 Ways To Sharpen Your Sailing Skills At Home
From knot tying apps to sailing simulators, there's plenty to occupy the land-locked or winter-bound sailor.
Marine Weather Routers: They Know When You Should Go
Professional marine weather routing involves a whole lot more than reaching for that cool app on your smartphone or tablet.
Boating After Dark
Boating after dark can be scary if you're not prepared. Here's how to safely enjoy a night out on the water.
Moorings That Can Stay Put in a Hurricane
The past decade has seen many technological advances in boating, not the least of which is a greatly improved anchor for moorings—the helix.
The Demise Of Traditional Paper Charts
Soon you won't be able to buy the colorful NOAA paper charts. But technology means you can print your own up to date backup paper charts at a fraction of the price.
Untangling Knot Theory
If asked what the strongest knot is, the bowline or square knot might come to mind. Well MIT mathematicians used spaghetti, color-changing rope, and math to find out once and for all which knots are the strongest.