July 19th 2010
In the July edition of Sea Fare -- Victoria Allman in the Galley, we learn a sweet lesson about life and coconut bread. This is an easy galley favorite.
July 14th 2010
NASA research provides hope for an effective, new preventive technique against seasickness.
July 9th 2010
Wilbur Yachts, the Maine boatbuilder, has just launched a new Wilbur 46 that combines Downeast tradition with cutting-edge technology.
July 8th 2010
Renting an EPIRB from BoatU.S. for the occasional offshore passage might just save your life; like it did for these three sailors off the coast of northern California. Check out the video for the dramatic Coast Guard rescue.
July 6th 2010
Here’s something a lot of boaters don’t realize: When your boat breaks down and you call a fee-for-service tow company, they start charging you the minute they leave port to come find you—and they keep charging you long after they’ve ...
June 23rd 2010
How big were your kids when you put the boat away last winter?
How big are they now that you’re on the water again—and do they still fit into the life jackets you have onboard?
According to the 2009 Life Jacket Wear ...
June 17th 2010
This month’s Sea Fare brings us the culinary fruits of a Mekong River adventure by chef Victoria Allman. A great story and delectable recipes.
June 15th 2010
Northeast boaters have several opportunities this summer to check out Nordic Tugs, beginning this weekend with a "Tug Fest" at Wilde Yacht Sales in CT.
June 4th 2010
Nordhavn Australasia sales manager Peter Devers wrote recently on the Nordhavn website about a delivery he made of a new Nordhavn 55 to Picton [...]
May 26th 2010
Editor’s Note — Victoria Allman is the chef aboard a 143-foot megayacht and the author of the recently released “Sea Fare: A Chef’s Journey Across the Ocean.” This is the fifth in a series of periodic columns here on OceanLines ...