Inside Antirhodos: Cleopatra's Palace Below the Sea
Fri, Apr 14, 2017
When you think of the Egyptian landscape, your mind probably jumps to Giza's Great Sphinx or the Pyramids, towering symbols of antiquity--but not all of the area's treasures sit on dry land.
Antirhodos was a center of culture, opulence, and royalt... Read More
Meet Champ: New England's Resident Lake Monster
Thu, Apr 13, 2017
The Scottish Highlands have the Loch Ness Monster, Chesapeake Bay has Chessie... but these aren't the only regional creatures said to be lurking in local waters!
Lake Champlain--the US lake that straddles the states of New York and Vermont--is hom... Read More
History of the Hushpuppy
Wed, Apr 12, 2017
Nothing goes better with a classic, good-ole-fashioned fish fry than a plate of freshly made hushpuppies. The simple, crispy treat--made with little more than cornmeal and flour--is an effortless way to quell your hunger after a long day on the water... Read More
Shrimp Scampi Day: 4 On-the-Water Spots for Fresh Shrimp
Fri, Mar 31, 2017
Do you love a good shrimp scampi? Better question--who doesn't?
On April 29th, as we celebrate Shrimp Scampi Day, you owe it to yourself to enjoy the freshest dish possible. That's why we've put together a list of some of the freshest on-the-wate... Read More
Monterey's Guide to Celebrating National Submarine Day
Thu, Mar 30, 2017
117 years ago this April, the US Navy procured its first "modern" submarine--one that would change the face of the Navy and pave the way for the pivotal Naval innovations that followed.
On April 11th, we celebrate the arrival of this submarine--th... Read More
All Aboard for Breakfast
Mon, Mar 27, 2017
For Monterey boaters across the country, April marks a true return to the warmth and sunshine we've been waiting for all winter long. What better way to ring in the change of pace than with an on-board breakfast?
You can host your family on board ... Read More
Getting to Know Ukupanipo: Hawaii's Shark God
Tue, Mar 21, 2017
We all know the likes of Neptune and Poseidon--gods of the sea in Roman and Greek cultures, who ruled with cunning and wrath--but what about the lesser known lore of the oceans?
In Hawaiian mythology, one key player of the seas was Ukupanipo--a sh... Read More
Enjoying the Mobile Boat Show
Mon, Mar 20, 2017
Mobile, Alabama isn't your average Gulf city. While it may perhaps be overshadowed by neighbors like Panama City to its east or New Orleans to its west, Mobile--Alabama's only outlet to the sea--has a certain spunk of its own.
You'll get to experi... Read More