boats

2.25.19

What I Learned About Millionaires at Vancouver’s International Boat Show

Turns out most attendees aren’t insanely rich, they’re just faking it for the ‘gram.

12.4.18

We Rode in the Automated Boats That Could Revolutionize Shipping

Autonomous "roboats" will be able to avoid collisions and find new, more efficient routes through the high seas.

8.29.18

There's a 'Scallop War' Raging in the English Channel and It's Getting Violent

Footage from the clashes between French and British scallop fishers include scenes of boat-bumping, rock-throwing, and inexplicably smoking boats.

8.24.18

'Residency,' Today's Comic by Mark Wang

After getting shipwrecked, a magical man questions his ability to create.

8.8.18

Miami Luxury Yacht Owner and Captain Charged in Horrific Coke-Fueled Death

According to the feds, the 91-foot "Miami Vice" was piloted by a captain who regularly did blow—and a French owner knew about it.

4.18.18

Autonomous Boats Will Be On the Market Sooner Than Self-Driving Cars

About 90 percent of global shipping is done by sea.

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1.3.18

Looks Like Someone Lost a Giant Noah's Ark

The massive floating Bible museum wreaked havoc on a small fishing port in the Netherlands.

12.21.17

I Spent 24 Hours on a Booze Cruise and I Never Want to Do It Again

Being on a ferry that sails from Sweden to Finland with bottomless wine on tap and all-you-can-eat shrimp sounds like a dream. But is it, really?

12.15.17

Trump's 'Impossible' Plan for a 350-Ship Navy Is Sinking Fast

The scheme is "more than unrealistic,” a Congressional shipbuilding expert told Motherboard.

11.15.17

Venezuela's Alcohol-Fueled 900-Mile Speedboat Race

In a country gripped by economic and humanitarian crises, the rich still turn out in droves for the longest speed boat race on Earth.

11.13.17

The Sea Is a Terrifying Place to Work

Fishing remains one of the most dangerous jobs in Canada. We talked to captains about their most hazardous experiences.

10.29.17

The Darkness Want to Be Rockstars Again

They were once Britain's biggest rock band, even if they had to fight against the "joke" tag. Now, they're charting their own strange path back to fame. It begins on a boat.

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