Think car racing is boring? Try grand prix hydroplaning at 300kmh.
Most of the 98 calls volunteers from the Coastguard Northern Region attended were related to faulty boats.
It's not every day that a boat comes thundering down the hill and smashes through your garden fence.
Truck carrying boat gets stuck under rail bridge on State Highway 1 in Waikanae.
A hot bath in Dunedin after 60 days solo on the ocean "just magic" after harrowing incident.
The harbourmasters get a new patrol boat just in time for the busy holiday period.
A French boatie has run into trouble off the coast of Bluff after his yacht struck an object in the ocean, damaging the hull.
Boaties can trade in lifejackets as part of a Coastguard safe boating initiative.
Plans to restore an old boat in Wanaka have sparked memories of the fishing vessel, Moeraki, and its sister ship, the Elizabeth.
Jetsprinters - are they the bogans of the whitewater.
OPINION: With the summer boating season upon us it is vital to be prepared, writes Marlborough harbourmaster Luke Grogan.
Sandbars are part of what makes the New Zealand coast line so dangerous. But where do they come from?
More disabled sailors could be enjoying Porirua Harbour this summer.
Trying to put a life-jacket on in the water is tricky.
Fire crews called out to save a historic pilot launch at Queens Wharf.
It can reach emergency call outs to remote parts of the outer Sounds in less than an hour.
He was backing his boat into the water when his truck slipped out of gear.
A mussel farmer is renovating a military landing craft after an ocean adventure
Gary Beswick will be remembered as a man who lived to be on the water.
Salvage work has started on the historic Auckland ferry Kestrel, which sank on Monday night.
Andrew McKenzie is proving to be one of New Zealand's most talented, up-and-coming sailors.
The safety of boats and ships around the world’s coastlines is aided by navigation lights winking their warning to sailors. Many of these beacons are manufactured in New Zealand.
It takes a devious, cunning mind to win the battle against our avian friends, where a lack of respect and irresponsibility reign supreme.
Of the at-sea emergencies most feared by cruising couples, man overboard is probably top of the list. Does tethering offer any security?
Midnight Express is the most recent addition to the Wave Dancer fleet of charter vessels operating in and around the Hauraki Gulf.
The owners of a Beneteau ST 42 loved their vessel but yearned for a cosier flybridge. A few glasses of wine spawned a solution.
Another instalment from the Boating New Zealand believe-it-or-not dossier...
Is National aiming for a healthy and sustainable inshore fishery with its proposal for two recreational fishing parks, or just fishing for votes in an election year?
A man whose boat caught fire was rescued by a member of the public after being forced to dive into the water.
Sailors rejoice. Line 7's marine clothing is to be relaunched.
As boat owners blow the dust of winter storage from the decks and prepare for sea, some will discover their boats have a sticky helm. Before applying brute force, consider a simple fix-it.
BEP Marine invented a product that replaced its products.
The Auckland Star, 21 July 1969, had two major stories: “One Small Step for Man” and “Rainbow Wins Battle of Jutland”. Kiwis were over the moon.
Our Australian friends on an Amel 54 snapped their anchor chain on coral in a storm and were blown onto a reef, putting a cruel end to their Pacific cruising.
Tristram Marine has released its new model Vanquish 701 soft top, inspired by the Tristram 741.