Seaworthy Magazine

April 2013


  • A boat stew of boats, docks, and equipment on Staten Island after SandySifting Through Sandy

    Marinas and boat owners cannot be accused of not preparing for Sandy, but unfortunately most didn't prepare for the right thing.

  • Launching boat from rampAvoiding Spring Safety Snafus

    Checking off these 10 things before getting out on the water could make your day.

  • First issue of Seaworthy30 Seaworthy Years

    In the spring of 1983, BoatUS launched Seaworthy to foster safe boating practices.

  • Impeller piecesAlert

    Enough water under the keel and in the engine, gasoline in and out of a tank, and safe spring towing.

  • Marina damage from Hurricane SandySmall Stuff

    Beware storm-damaged boats, avoiding collisions at sea, and more ...

  • Exploding batteryMailboat

    More exploding batteries, dirty diesel, and capacity issues in small boats.

  • Seaworthy MagazineStill Seaworthy

    Seaworthy has gotten its first facelift in a decade-and-a-half. The 30th anniversary issue seemed the perfect time to introduce a new look.