The beloved Islander, gone now from Vineyard waters for three-and-a-half years, got this writer thinking about the fate of Island ferries from decades past.

Karl Zimmermann

A family, a couple, and a solo sailor make their homes on boats in Vineyard Haven harbor.

Elaine Pace

How the fisheries have shifted focus over the past twenty-five years.

Mike Seccombe

A Gannon & Benjamin schooner launched in 2001 is the focus of a new art book.

Tom Dunlop

Discover a Vineyard that many have never seen, by choosing from these eight recommendations for where to launch your kayak.

Julian Wise

The renowned fishing charter captain and member of the Wampanoag Tribe talks frankly about growing up fishing on the Island, his celebrity clients, shooting cormorants, and his tribal roots.

Nicole Galland

Founded in 1991, Sail Martha’s Vineyard continues to grow, offering programs for all ages. Its fundraising regatta, the Vineyard Cup, marks its fourth year July 17 to 19, offering the Island’s sailors a weekend of activities and races, as well as bringing in off-Island sailors and money.

Jim Miller

Steve Ewing – wharf builder, conservationist, family man, poet – tells a story or two about a lifetime on the water, in the city, and on the Vineyard.

Tom Dunlop

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