So Others May Live

Reflections from a Coast Guard Rescue Swimmer Portraits by Keith Carlsen After a Long, Wild Ride, Coast Guard Rescue Swimmer Shannon Scaff Ponders a Storied Career and Plots His Next Big Mission. On January 25, 2000, the conditions off Elizabeth City, North Carolina were simply terrible. A cold-front-spawned low off Florida had inhaled a plume […]

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Conversation with a Coast Guard Rescue Swimmer

After a long, wild ride, U.S. Coast Guard rescue swimmer Shannon Scaff relives a storied career, plots his next mission and shares his watery wisdom. After a long, wild ride, U.S. Coast Guard rescue swimmer Shannon Scaff relives a storied career, plots his next mission and shares his watery wisdom. Listen in the player below: […]

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Lighter Than Air

Meet the radical new 50-knot fuel cell chase boat for America’s Cup. Is this hydrogenated hydrofoil the shape of things to come? Meet the radical new 50-knot fuel cell chase boat for America’s Cup. Is this hydrogenated hydrofoil the shape of things to come? As a propulsion source for boating, hydrogen has a lot going […]

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Pursuit S 248 Center Console

Join PMY Senior Editor Chris Dixon for a walkthrough of the Pursuit S 248 Center Console at the 2022 Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show. Join PMY Senior Editor Chris Dixon for a walkthrough of the Pursuit S 248 Center Console at the 2022 Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show. View the original article to see embedded […]

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Jarrett Bay 56

Is this the ultimate 56-foot fishing machine? Senior Editor Chris Dixon climbs aboard a 56-foot Jarrett Bay that was built to catch fish and look good doing it. Senior Editor Chris Dixon climbs aboard a 56-foot Jarrett Bay that was built to catch fish and look good doing it. Source: https://www.powerandmotoryacht.com/video-index/jarrett-bay-56-video-walk-through

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Memory Machine

Infused with kevlar, laden with teak and lovingly maintained, our new senior editor waxes nostalgic about the 40-year-old boat that’s never left his family. Photos by Luke Pope Corbett Infused with kevlar, laden with teak and lovingly maintained, our new senior editor waxes nostalgic about the 40-year-old boat that’s never left his family. Keeping a […]

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Logbook: Season Of Change

While change can be scary, it’s the only way to grow. Change is uncomfortable. I’ve learned this to be a universal truth. Staying in your lane, keeping your head down, putting in your time, doing what you’ve always done—I suppose there’s a season for everything but the scared and timid rarely make headlines, and they […]

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The Story Behind a Viral Sinking

So about that sunken Ferretti. Listen in the player below: A couple of weeks ago, a beautiful 83-foot Ferretti yacht foundered off Chub Cay in the Bahamas. Video of the sinking posted by Miami captain Pedro Garcia soon started popping up on social media feeds everywhere. Like everyone else, we had questions. Rather than pontificating […]

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