Nearly 173 years after she first set sail, the Charles W. Morgan has survived to earn a new distinction. She is the last surviving whaling ship and...
As a nod to authenticity of voyages of old, Mystic Seaport is holding a contest to put a stowaway on board the Charles W. Morgan, oldest surviving...
Sail Martha’s Vineyard winter dinner lecture series begins with Matthew Stackpole from Mystic Seaport Museum presenting, And She Alone Remains: The...
In a series of short films, Sail Martha's Vineyard describes how its free programs help Islanders experience a sport often reserved for the wealthy...
For many boaters the writing was already on the wall, but now it’s official. The National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration, office of nautical...
On Thursday, Nov. 7, at 7:30 p.m. the Martha’s Vineyard Film Society is screening Wood Sail Dreams, a movie about the journey of wooden sailboats...
Wow! The new generation of AC 72 yachts (America’s Cup-designed, 72 feet long) are impressive in both design and speed. These new racing machines are...
Ten sailboats participated in last Saturday’s 25th annual Pat West Gaff Rig and Schooner Race. The race from the outer Vineyard Haven harbor to...
It was a bright, late summer day as the fleet sailed north from Vineyard Haven on an 18.7-mile course that would take the boats across the sound then...

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