ATTENTION POLICYHOLDERS IN THE FORECASTED CONE OF IAN: Hurricane Preparation Coverage is in effect. Make preparations now to get your boat out of harms way. Learn More Learn More
Lessons Learned From Being Caught In The Fog
The sonar — and then the horns — went on the fritz just when thick fog rolled in, making them sitting ducks for collision or grinding aground
Boat Sound Signals: Time To Sound Off
When caught in a situation with restricted visibility, you'll need know how to let others know where you're located — and interpret where they are.
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.
Keeping an Eye on the Weather
Boaters should have a basic understanding of how the weather works - that can give you a valuable head start on preparation.
Coping With Sudden Fog
Whether or not you have radar or other electronic navigational devices, a few simple steps can make the pea soup more palatable.
How To Read Clouds
Learning what clouds can tell us is a useful skill that will help decide if it's safe to head out for a grand day on the water or weather a storm in port.