Category Archives: Cruising World
The first oceanic wind farm is opening in the United States off the coast of Block Island. Here’s what you need to know.
A Canadian woman is setting off on a voyage around the world in the hopes of smashing the record for oldest solo circumnavigation.
West Marine has selected 25 non-profit organizations around the country to receive their 2016 BlueFuture grants.
Hannah Mills, Saskia Clark and Santiago Lange have been selected as the Rolex World Sailors of the Year for their accomplishments in 2016.
The Southern California Yachting Association will hold its 28th Annual Women’s Sailing Convention this February, open to all female sailors of all levels.
West Marine is now accepting applications for the 2016 BlueFuture grant funds for youth-focused marine programs.
Cruising pals opt for a new sailing experience and try their hands at racing during the Helly Hansen NOOD Regatta in Annapolis.
Weather the storm with these essential tips for preparing your boat for a hurricane or storm.
A new boat show is coming to the Southwest, and will allow buyers to see boats in their element.
This year’s “Thrash to the Onion Patch,” which starts on Friday, June 16, is the 50th running of the biennial offshore race, and the entry list is one of the largest the race has seen in its history.
While it may be getting easier for Americans to sail to Cuba, you still need to do your homework.
Mystic Seaport will present its 2016 America and the Sea Award to Bob and Rod Johnstone of J/Boats for their contribution to the sport of sailing.