floating workshop in Vineyard Haven Harbor
Tisbury selectmen have officially adopted a moratorium on new non-traditional floating vessels in town waters.
Last week Edgartown dockbuilder Steve Ewing unearthed two anchors — 4,000 and 1,000 pound specimens — that helped moor Colonel Arthur Metcalf's old...
Coast Guard officials came to the Vineyard to discuss proposed changes or removal of 43 buoys used by Island boaters. There was near unanimous...
Sometimes you win races by sailing fast. But in the 28th annual Pat West Gaff Rig Race held on Saturday, schooner Juno won the race by not sailing at...
The 28th annual Pat West Gaff Rig and Schooner Race will take place this Saturday, Sept. 17.
The U.S. Coast Guard will hold a public meeting on the Vineyard next week about the proposed removal of navigation buoys in the waters around Martha’...
For the second consecutive year, Steve Besse sailed his J/105 Apres to victory in the Moffett Race Saturday, becoming the first skipper in the 39-...
There is a certain serendipity to Venture’s long voyage. For most of her 106 years the wooden gaff-rigged sloop was simply a part of Vineyard Haven...
The Irish green hull of Artemis, a 31-foot gaff-rigged sloop designed by Nat Benjamin, was showered with bubbly Friday and launched.

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