A glorious and ill-considered expedition to retrace the nearly 300-mile sufferfest endured by colonial badass (and not yet turncoat) Benedict Arnold and his 1,100 brave, starving men. Their aim: to take Quebec City from the British. Ours: to survive.
The first Golden Globe Race, a solo, nonstop, around-the-world sailing event held in 1968, was a mixture of triumph, tragedy, and madness—all chronicled in a classic bestselling book and recent BBC movie. Fifty years later, 17 sailors are once again setting out for the most ambitious—and loneliest—regatta on the planet.
Tami Oldham Ashcraft, the subject of the new Hollywood lost-at-sea film, describes what her 41-day ordeal was like in real life and how the movie compares
The true story of one Antarctica-bound boat and several unexpected crew members
A late autumn day in northern Finland is exactly what you'd think; short, dark, and frigid. Nonetheless, the dedicated captain and his boat, the Sanibonani, set a course for Lapland to explore Lemmenjoki National Park by bike.
Photographer Dennis Schmeltz spent this past July cruising along the icy fjords of Greenland aboard a Russian sailboat.
Lessons from one of the best sailors to take the helm in this year's 46,000-mile epic
Husband and wife, Josh and Rachel set sail in November 2016 from Ventura, California. After spending 40 hard days doing boat maintenance, their boat Agape was ready for her maiden voyage.
Summer in Croatia from nineteen-year-old filmmaker Nikita Suchanov documents his visit to Zadar, Croatia. As the longest inhabited city in the country, it's rich in history, culture, and activity.
On the other side of the glossy sport are skilled craftsmen who keep the boats afloat. We visited one crowded workshop in the village of Greenport, New York, to see where the magic happens.
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