September 11-14, 2014 Find a Harbormaster Find a Marina Blog (NEW)
Transient Boater? will help you plan your next adventure. We will make it even easier to find a marina. Recently, we introduced our harbormaster contact list to secure a mooring near Newport and other Narragansett Bay connected waters. Next month we introduce a place you can call your own. You’ll be able to tell the world about your adventures. Marina managers: we want your opinion. Please click here.
More New Features Coming
There is a Time for Everything
Annie Sires begins her column for boat owners who crave the joy of well behaved pets on board. She starts with the basics and moves towards tips and techniques designed to make life easier for your pet and your guests. [read more]
Learned It All From Boating
Breaking moulds is Pamela Bitterman’s way of life. She was First Mate on the Schooner Sofia when it made its fatal final voyage. She lived to write about it after being rescued from the open seas. Later on, she raised her family on board their Brigantine. She was nominated for membership in the Explorer’s Club, authored several books and wrote for Cruising World, Soundings and The Log. She will bring us her sense of adventure and practical lessons in seamanship over the course of the next year. Her column is named after one of her books, [more]
Ever imagine sailing around the world in a tall ship? Pamela Bitterman did just that and more. Her life is a continuing adventure which she shares with us. Read her column today.
The age of the drones. This will give you some ideas how drones and boats will live together. This video, Seagull, is just amazing. Send us your inspired ideas.
Do You Cruise or Sail Rhode Island Waters? helps sailers and boaters in Rhode Island waters find transient slips and dockage from Point Judith to East Greenwich to Newport. When boating season is over, brings adventures to all boaters through boating experts and personal adventure stories by experienced sailors.
This Month
Are you a pet owner? Pets can be great companions on cruises. Annie Sires will show us how to make that happen. She is a professional dog trainer with much boating experience. Read her column today.