New 'Generation 2' America's Cup Racing Sailboats Are So Fast They 'Fly Over The Water'Half a dozen countries now are using what looks like the old America’s Cup boats but, they are not. They are new and part of Generation 2, and they are much faster!
Officials Crack Down On Small Boats Squatting Off SausalitoThe number of vessels that sit motionless away from shore has doubled over the last year amid a housing crisis in the Bay Area.
New Underwater State Park In Tahoe Showcases Historic Sunken BoatsOfficials from California State Parks recently announced Tahoe's first underwater trail, dubbed The Emerald Bay State Park Maritime Heritage Trail.
Missing Kayaker Last Seen In San Francisco Bay Near Dumbarton BridgeEmergency crews have rescued one man and are searching in the dark for second victim whose kayak capsized off the coast of Fremont.
Rising 'King Tides' Prompt High Tide Warning For Boaters, Residents On And Around SF BayThe United States Coast Guard is asking residents and boaters to be careful on and around San Francisco Bay through mid-week as high tides may cause flooding and affect property.
Monterey Bay Aquarium Knocks 21 Fish From Seafood Watch ListTwenty-one species of fish made the leap Tuesday off a watch list of seafood to avoid as unsustainably overfished.
Lake Merced Boat House Reopens After $3.2M RenovationThe Lake Merced Boat House in San Francisco reopened Tuesday after a $3.2 million renovation upgrading the interior and exterior of the facility.
Rowing Race Tests Boaters’ Endurance On Pacific Journey From Monterey To Hawaii The Great Pacific Race, a rowing competition where 13 crews in 24-foot boats row more than 2,400 miles from Monterey across the Pacific to Hawaii, began Monday.
‘Popeye’ The Mussel-Sniffing Dog Visits Northern County Lakes Memorial Day Weekend Authorities are warning boaters at Lakes Sonoma and Mendocino to expect a visitor over Memorial Day weekend. Popeye, the mussel-sniffing dog, will be checking for pesky invasive species.
Monterey Boaters & Fisherman Warned To Look Out For Vulnerable Sea Otters Fisherman and boaters going in and out of Monterey Bay are being warned to be on the lookout for sea otters that may be hunting at the start of salmon season.
SF City Hall Plots Bid For Next America’s Cup, Hearings Focus On Previous Shortcomings San Francisco supervisors and city officials held a hearing to focus on lessons learned from the America’s Cup race held last summer in order to improve their bid for the 2017 competition.
The World's Biggest Ship GraveyardNouadhibou is an African sea town, whose shores serve as the final resting place for more than 300 ships. The rusted hulks that litter its coastal waters are considered an eyesore by many (go figure), but they've brought some unexpected benefits to the local community as well.
Bay Area Crab Season Back On After Price Settlement ReachedDozens of Bay Area crab boats are preparing to head out to sea again after a weeklong standoff over the price of fresh Dungeness crab ended Tuesday, an industry spokesman said.
Bay Area Crab Boats Remain Idle As Price Dispute Drags OnDungeness crab boats in the fishing ports of San Francisco, Half Moon Bay and Bodega Bay were idle for a sixth day because of a price dispute.
Golden Gate Ferry Workers Strike, Disrupt ServiceGolden Gate Transit ferry service was halted Saturday after ferry workers went on strike but will resume Sunday in time for the Golden Gate Bridge's 75th anniversary celebrations.