Let them eat cake
A Tennessee cruiser
A trial by water
Maggie MacDonnell, a teacher in Salluit, Canada, who recently won a $1 million prize for her contributions to education, and, in particular, to the Inuit community there, is channeling that fortune into connecting the rest of the world with kayaking and other aspects of Inuit culture.
The Squadron is shipping their own fleet of historical 18-foot skiffs from Australia to Annapolis specifically for this event. They will also race their boats in the 8th Annual Classic Wooden Sailboat Rendezvous & Race on September 16-17.
A Facebook user riding down the Highway 90 the other day took this video of a long line of small boats being trailered into Houston to help with rescue efforts.
Building a Marshallese-style canoe during a summer program connected students with better English skills and with their own seafaring culture.
Someone digitized the whole darn thing, and you can now access it everywhere. Have you used the Ashley Book of Knots to complete projects aboard, add a Bristol touch to your boat, or to learn the basics?