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Russell Crowe gets Lost at Sea (not according to Russell Crowe)

 

Actor Russell Crowe sorta kinda maybe almost probably definitely got lost this weekend while paddling his kayak around Long Island Sound with a friend.

What’s the Brokerage Market for a Sea Ray 480/500 Sundancer?

By Jason Y. Wood

Sleek lines and a cockpit ready for fun are hallmarks of this 1991 Sea Ray. We spoke to three brokers who each are listing a Sea Ray 480/500 Sundancer from the early 1990s, and each explained what to look for in the listings. Here are some highlights:

Tune In

Cruisers of California’s coast know the many pleasures of Monterey and environs: Fisherman’s Wharf, famed Cannery Row, the Monterey Aquarium, and the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary.

Dolphin Delight (w/Cool Video)

Musta been last year, although DANG! it doesn't seem that long ago. I was helping deliver a Kadey Krogen 48 AE up the eastern coast of the United States, from Stuart, Florida, to Annapolis, Maryland.

Can It

Cisco Brewers images: Katie Kaizer PhotographyThe craft-beer revolution has passed many boaters by. Why? Those snobby breweries only used glass bottles—until now. By leaving fragile, heavy bottles to the landlubbers, breweries and beer drinkers get many benefits: Cans don’t break, chill faster, take up less space, and protect beer from harmful light. Remember though, if you do enjoy some suds at sea, let someone else take the helm. Here are some seaworthy choices.

Lending a Tentacle

The HMS Hood was once the flagship of the Royal Navy. Photo Credit: Naval Historical CenterMicrosoft cofounder Paul Allen kept his 414-foot yacht Octopus in London for the Olympics. But before sailing for home, the vessel will partake in a noble mission in service of The Crown.

Pet Project

Museum of Maritime Pets - SinbadCooperstown has baseball. Cleveland has rock ’n’ roll. If Pat Sullivan has her way, Annapolis will soon have its own hall of fame—for nautical pets.

Fly Like an Eagle [In]to the Sea

The Super Falcon literally flies along underwater like a bird. There is no other sub quite like it. Photo by Hawkes Ocean technologiesThe Deep Flight Super Falcon is a new, 22-foot-long submersible with wings built by the same team that designed Sir Richard Branson’s famous deep-diving subs. The Super Falcon is one of the first submersibles to use actual buoyancy, as opposed to ballast tanks, to stay afloat.