Hōkūle‘a | A Legacy of Voyaging

10/7/2016 - I have met few people as passionate about their mission as the crew of Hōkūleʻa, a traditional Polynesian sailing canoe crossing the globe promoting environmental responsibility. I was able to catch up with Hōkūleʻa during a stopover in Woods Hole, MA, and step onboard for a quick look at this… SEE MORE

The WoodenBoat Show

26/6/2016 - The WoodenBoat Show along the Mystic Seaport's waterfront is a yearly pilgrimage for more than 10,000 wooden boat lovers. If you're like me and you spend the long, cold New England Winters dreaming of that “someday” boat, that dream changes with each month's magazine delivery. Every new cover story I… SEE MORE

Submarine Force Museum: Visiting the USS NAUTILUS

31/5/2015 - In 1951, Congress authorized the building of the world's first nuclear-powered submarine. Given the name NAUTILUS, the revolutionary propulsion system was only the first of the ship's many records. Over her 26 years of service, she sailed over half a million nautical miles, including the first ship to cross the… SEE MORE

Buzzards Bay Winter Scenes: Sunsets and Sea Ice

2/3/2015 - It's no secret that the Northeast has been cold this winter. Daily life has become an adventure for many of us dodging snowplows and playing musical parking spaces. We have watched storm after storm dump record amounts of snow across New England. At this point... I am done. It's been… SEE MORE