The weather is clearing up just in time for Memorial Day weekend. Many people will be hitting the water to enjoy the holiday weekend but authorities have stressed that they should keep safety in mind.
With hundreds of boats at the Miami International Boat Show, it’s easy to forget the show has gadgets and gizmos galore for those interested in marine electronics, propulsion and accessories.
A boat was destroyed and another had major damage after a fire ripped through both at the end of a pier in the water near Brickell.
While it is looking more and more like South Florida will not be in the direct path of Tropical Storm Isaac, that doesn’t mean we won’t feel its effects.
Got a great story about the big one that didn’t get away? The state’s Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission wants to hear from you.
Ahoy matey! The 52nd annual Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show sails into South Florida this weekend.
Ahoy mateys – it’s time to batten down those hatches. As Hurricane Irene heads in our general direction, boat owners are being urged to secure their vessels before the storm’s winds impact our area.
Oh, when the mega yachts come sailing in – that can only mean one thing in South Florida: it’s boat show season.