sea

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A Teen Survived at Sea for 49 Days in This Rickety, Floating Hut

Miraculously, ten ships passed by without seeing him before one finally came to the rescue.
Drew Schwartz
9.25.18
summer

Summer Sucks and It's Going to Kill You

Here are all the ways you can die from the worst season.
Jamie Lee Curtis Taete
7.13.18
seafood

Meet One of the Last Shrimp Trawlers in Morecambe Bay

Shrimp from the Lancashire bay have been considered a delicacy since the 1920s, but new fishing license laws, combined with the increased cost of sending boats out, means that only two trawlers now remain. Ray Edmondson is one of them.
Gareth May
4.17.17
Art

A Boat, 40 Passengers, and a Bunch of Performance Art

We went on a boat tour exploring New York’s murky colonial history with New Draft Collective.
Andrew Nunes
10.5.16
Stuff

‘Love Island’ Is Almost Over and the Only Thing Left Is to Feel Bereft

The greatest reality TV of modern times comes to a close this weekend. How are we to cope?
Joel Golby
7.8.16
seafood

The Best Place to Eat Lobster Is a Beachside Garden Shed

Despite looking more like a garden shed than a restaurant, Hidden Hut cafe on England's Cornish coast serves some of the best (and biggest) lobsters of your life. “This is simply lobster by the sea, no gimmicks,” says co-founder Jem Glass.
Michael Segalov
6.23.16
Art

Your Dad's Trusty Shark Shirt Was Probably Painted by This Guy

Meet Guy Harvey, the best damn fish painter on Earth.
Kara Weisenstein
6.19.16
oysters

A Restaurant That Looks Like Your Gran’s Living Room Is Serving Britain’s Best Oysters

Wheelers Oyster Bar on the Kent coast may only seat 12 people and be decked out with knick knacks, but it’s regularly booked up months in advance. It’s all down to the oysters, which are lauded by many as the best in the world due to the area’s mineral...
Laura Martin
5.15.16
VICE Long Reads

The 73-Year-Old Adventurer Sailing a 60ft Steel Whale Across the Atlantic Ocean

Tom McClean left the SAS to row solo across the Atlantic Ocean, a feat he's achieved five times. Now, at 73, he's ready to do it again – in a giant steel sperm whale.
Joe Banks
2.18.16
News

We Asked an Expert What Would Happen if Russia Cut the Pipeline to the Internet

An expert in mass communication and author of the book 'The Undersea Network' explains why we shouldn't be too worried about Russia cutting our internet cables.
Brian McManus
10.28.15
Design

A Sailboat-Shaped Bridge Opens in Copenhagen

Last weekend, 7,000 inhabitants and visitors of Copenhagen flooded the five waterborne platforms of Olafur Eliasson's latest work.
Sami Emory
8.26.15
Design

Utopian Architect Plans a Floating City Shaped Like a Manta Ray

French architect Jacques Rougerie imagines the future of oceanographic research.
Noémie Jennifer
7.28.15
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