Thanks to a new system that allows harbor bookings online, Edgartown harbor master Charlie Blair said summer bookings on the harbor are all smooth...
In a cost cutting move, the U.S. Coast Guard has proposed removing 31 navigation buoys from waters surrounding Martha’s Vineyard.
Sail Martha’s Vineyard began 25 years ago with a simple mission: the founders of the nonprofit organization wanted to get Island kids on the water...
Ayuthia, an 80-year-old wooden sailing vessel, made the first official passage through the new Lagoon Pond drawbridge Saturday morning.
TheCoast Guard Auxiliary is offering a 10-week boating skills and seamanship course starting Wednesday, March 22.
On Wednesday, Feb. 10, the second Sail MV dinner/lecture takes place at the Black Dog Tavern beginning at 6 p.m.
Sail Martha’s Vineyard begins its winter dinner and lecture series on Wednesday, Jan. 13, with featured speaker Nat Benjamin.
As I do every year I’ve selected a pile of maritime books which may engage your imagination.
The Holmes Hole Sailing Association’s 2015 season has officially drawn to a close with the completion of post-season fall racing.
As brisk nights of fall have us closing windows and digging out sweaters, sailors begin thinking about hauling and storing the boat for the winter.
The conditions for the Pat West Gaff Rig and Schooner Race, held on Saturday, Sept. 19, were very like those for the Moffett Race on Sept. 12.
The 27th Pat West Gaff Rig and Schooner Race is this Saturday, Sept. 19. The race honors Francis (Pat) West Jr., and is a benefit for Sail Martha’s...