Features

Title Issue
‘Caching’ In

‘Caching’ In

How combining two family-friendly outdoor activities — boating and geocaching — can make both better.

January 2014
Time and Again

Time and Again

Here are five stories that changed our waters then, and are still leaving ripples today.

January 2014
River Lore: The Wabash

River Lore: The Wabash

Originally a French fur trading post, Vincennes, Ind., was captured after a 120-mile winter march in — not along — the Wabash River.

December 2013
Heartland Lighted Boat Parades

Heartland Lighted Boat Parades

Cold weather can't keep some festive folks from adorning their boats with twinkling regalia and making merry for the enjoyment of spectators along the shore.

November 2013
Owning a Boat with Friends

Owning a Boat with Friends

Boat co-ops can work, providing the owners use some common sense, keep communicating, and exercise as much tolerance and flexibility as possible.

November 2013
Ghost Hunting on the Delta Queen

Ghost Hunting on the Delta Queen

Does the ghost of Captain Mary Greene haunt Chattanooga’s Delta Queen Steamboat Hotel?

September-October 2013
Boat Camping Primer

Boat Camping Primer

With a little bit of planning, your boat can be turned into the equivalent of a waterways Conestoga wagon.

September-October 2013
Sail Like Columbus

Sail Like Columbus

Step aboard for the replica Nina and Pinta for bit of history, and a bit of fun with the outstanding crew.

August 2013
Life in the Fast Lane

Life in the Fast Lane

A young “water rat” turned performance boater, Ron Harrison exemplifies what can happen when you get a taste for speed on the water.

July 2013
Message in a Bottle

Message in a Bottle

From history and myth to modern day science, floating time capsules can tell us a lot about the sea and inland waterways.

May 2013
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