All Aboard the Snack Raft


Proving that there’s a lot of air in potato chip packages, two South Korean college students constructed a boat out of 160 unopened bags of chips and paddled it almost a mile across Seoul’s Han River. No word on if any snacks were eaten after the stunt was complete.

Another Addition to The Seemingly Endless Fodder of Wes Anderson Films


Models* on Jet Skis

A quick survey

*full-time or have modeled before

Always Dreaming of Vacation


This sailboat print linen buttondown shirt from Ralph Lauren is just what the summer ordered.

Protection From Sea Spray and Electromagnetic Waves


The Paul & Shark Printed Yachting Bomber is equipped with a pretty serious interior iPhone pocket that’s lined with stainless steel.

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For the Wealthy Villain on a Docked Yacht


Engineered Garments Dayton Shirt Jacket

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Be Captain of the Party Boat


RVCA’s ESPO Crash snapback

Drone ships


Rolls-Royce is developing designs for unmanned cargo ships that would be controlled remotely by a captain on dry land.

How About Some Yacht Rock to Help You Cruise Through the Morning?


“Yachty By Nature” by Sweatson Klank & Mr. Goldman

Oceans, Forever


SeaOrbiter is a futuristic, semi-submersible aquatic research vessel designed by “sea architect” Jacques Rougerie. With construction set to begin this spring, the SeaOrbiter will feature 12 separate decks, containing a mixture of pressurized and un-pressurized labs and living quarters. With a goal to be actively exploring 24/7, the crew of 18 will definitely be living with the currents in this, the first “nomadic international oceanic station.”

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Lunchtime Laughter

Louis C.K.: Comedy, Sex and The Blues Numbers | Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee

Nautical Challenge


A new book by Tom Sachs and Van Neistat recapping their off shore power boat race in the summer of 2008, in New London, Connecticut.

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Sunk: The Incredible Story About a Ship that Never Should Have Sailed by Kathryn Miles

When the Bounty went down during Hurricane Sandy, millions watched on TV as the Coast Guard rescued 14 survivors—but couldn’t save the captain and one of his crew. A huge question lingered in the aftermath: what was this vessel—a leaking replica built in 1960 for the film Mutiny on the Bounty—doing in the eye of the storm?

Looking Like Somewhere That Aliens Give Birth


Zaha Hadid’s superyachts for Blohm + Voss

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Tonight at the #Newsstand


OHWOW and Know-Wave host a live comedy show running in tandem with a book signing for Victor Kerlow and his new book Junkie Food/Bare Nuckle.

Learning The International Code of Signals

With the help of “beauties” from early 20th century cigarette cards

That Cuba to North Korea Weapon Connection…


Needs to find a new route as “a North Korea-bound ship carrying ‘weapons of war’ hidden in brown sugar” was raided on its way to the Panama canal.

Now That’s a Superyacht


The sleek new, “fuel efficient” Superyacht Adastra with accommodation capabilities for nine guests and  six crew members.

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Picture of the Day


Paola Pivi

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