Check out electric motors, repurposed sails and reef-safe sunscreens, and reduce single-use plastics on board.
Find information on sustainable sailing and the best way to reduce your boat’s footprint
The Sailing Museum is offering a unique experience for sailors to be part of the exhibit experience.
When a pair of foul weather bibs were no longer waterproof, this crafty sailor turned them into provisioning totes.
Here are some simple things to keep in mind that can have an impact on your food budget, on board trash, and even the planet.
While anchored in San Carlos, Mexico, this young sailor learned ways to protect the fragile environment of this beautiful and ecologically diverse body of water.
How one couple sailed across the Atlantic in comfort without using any fossil fuels.
What do you do with all the old boats to make way for new ones, and how do you design new models so they can be disposed of when no longer useful?
Wonders abound, at sea and onshore, on a wilderness cruise through coastal British Columbia.
What charter companies are doing to lessen their environmental impact at their base locations.
A pilot project in Rhode Island is exploring ways to keep old fiberglass hulls out of landfills.
Here are some simple things you can do to lessen the amount of trash on your boat and ease your environmental burden.
The Gulf of Maine’s changing environment comes into perspective as a father, son and nephew reach across its wind-swept waters.
The crew of DogBark! makes the tough decision to turn around when the ice conditions prevent a transit of the Northwest Passage this season.
The crew of DogBark! plays a waiting game with the ice and wind.
The journey continues as the crew of DogBark! reaches the arctic circle.
The crew of DogBark! is killing time in Nome, Alaska, waiting for a weather window to continue on to the Northwest Passage.