A few weeks ago, in the parking lot at the Tisbury Wharf Company on Beach Road in Vineyard Haven, Ishmael, the 41-foot schooner, rested out of the...
For many students, activities, sports and clubs are a big part of their high school career. For Lyla Solway, the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High...
More than 30 years ago, at a Chinese restaurant in Boston, a message from a fortune cookie set Island resident, Dr. Gerry Yukevich, on course for a...
Nevin Sayre will be inducted into the Windsurfing Hall of Fame on May 9 in Gruissan, France, where he will also participating in international Defi...
Beside the winch shed, in front of the parking lot at Gannon and Benjamin Marine Railway in Vineyard Haven, the boatyard stores its blocking.
Martha's Vineyard Ocean Academy, a local educational nonprofit, has been awarded the Frank J. Bailey National Maritime Excellence Fund Sail Program...
The Coast Guard Auxiliary on Martha's Vineyard has rescheduled its new boating safety class called Suddenly in Command to Saturday, Feb. 10.
Charlie Shipway’s sailing journey began at the long-running Menemsha Pond Races, led to the Barcelona Olympics, and then returned to the Vineyard and...
On Saturday, Jan. 13, the Coast Guard Auxiliary on Martha's Vineyard will be holding a new boating safety class called Suddenly in Command.
In a new documentary that began filming in December, director Catherine Stewart and her crew of four will follow Shenandoah’s 61st sailing season,...
Snowflake had been advertised on the Wooden Boat Magazine website for six months when my partner Ana and I decided to look at her on Mount Desert...
For Andrew Nutton, sailing is more than a lifelong love and vocation. The newly appointed executive director of Sail Martha’s Vineyard credits it...

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