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Jeppesen’s C-Map 4D Charts Now Compatible With New and Existing Raymarine MFDs and Dragonfly Chartplotters

Cape Cod, Mass. -- Jeppesen's C-MAP 4D electronic charts are now compatible with a range of new Raymarine multifunction displays (MFDs) and Dragonfly chartplotters, bringing trusted C-MAP data and a host of innovative features to a broad audience of boaters around the world.


Tall-Ship Tour Visits Washougal in August

A summer tall-ship tour of the Columbia River will include an August stop in Washougal, Wash.

Aptly Named 'Return' Sails Back Into Winner's Circle

Return, skippered by Seattle's Mark Bradner, won the San Juan 24 North American Class Association Championship Regatta on Penn Cove Saturday and Sunday, June 20 and 21.

Cargo Ships Asked to Slow Down to Prevent Whale Strikes Near San Francisco Coast

The Coast Guard is asking cargo ships to slow down due to more whales making their way to the San Francisco coast.

Ancient Roman Ship Found Off Coast of Sardinia

The wreck of a 2,000-year-old Roman ship has been discovered on the seabed off the coast of Sardinia with its cargo packed just as it was at the moment of departure.

How to Catch Sight of Some Whales Without Leaving Dry Land

Hoping to see whales this summer, but don't want to head out to sea?

Elling Announces New, Bigger Yacht, the E6

Elling Announces New, Bigger Yacht, the E6

Premium Dutch boat builder Neptune Marine Shipbuilding has released its first drawings of the new Elling E6.

Fairline Unveils First Boat Showcasing its New Interior

Leading British luxury boat brand, Fairline, unveils images of the first boat to showcase its brand new interiors scheme.

Operation Dry Water Taking Place Nationwide June 26-28

LEXINGTON, Ky. -- Thousands of law enforcement officers across the United States will be on heightened alert for those violating boating under the influence laws during the annual Operation Dry Water weekend, June 26-28.

Movement Toward a Calypso Historic Marker

An Ohio man and life-long fan of Jacque Cousteau wants to establish a historic marker at Pacific Fishermen Shipyard to recognize the place where Cousteau's iconic ship, Calypso, was built.

OC Shark Encounter With Juvenile Great White Sharks Caught on Camera

A paddleboarder said he found himself in the water with some toothy companions when he took to the waves in Orange County, Southern California, Friday.

World's Largest Cruise Ship Takes to the Water in France

Saint-Nazaire (France) (AFP) -- The hulking shell of the world's largest cruise ship slid into the waters off western France on Friday, with workers aiming to have it ready for a 2016 inaugural trip.

Feast Your Eyes on What Could Be the World's Most Expensive Mega-Yacht

The Admiral X Force 145 is not your everyday mega-yacht.

Rule of Thumb – Whales are Bigger Than Kayaks

As summer season begins and all three pods of the Southern Resident Community of orcas return to the Salish Sea, so do sea kayakers.

Surf City USA: Guinness World Records Surfing Title Broken in Huntington Beach

A custom-built 42-foot, 1300-pound surfboard was put to the test Saturday when 66 surfers from around the world stood on the board and surfed a wave in Huntington Beach, nicknamed "Surf City," breaking a Guinness World Record.

 

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