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Learning to sail is a local tradition in Bristol, but the pricey sport can be out of reach for some. This summer, the Herreshoff...

“Believe me, my young friend, there is nothing - absolutely nothing - half so much worth doing as simply messing about in boats,” says...

Touting the museum's "upside potential" and ability to be a "showpiece" for Bristol, new Executive Director Bill Lynn took the helm of Herreshoff Marine...

For a company that saw its heyday before the advent of computers, before planes were in the air and even before cars were on...

It is fitting that "America's most patriotic town" should be home to possibly the tallest flagpole in Rhode Island. Unfortunately, instead of lofting the...

On June 29, Jean-Pierre Mougligne, his wife Kate, their two children, and two French cousins set sail from Bristol on route to France via...

For sailing enthusiasts, the name "Herreshoff" is often the topic of conversation in reference to the high quality wooden yachts crossing oceans and finish...

For sailing enthusiasts, the name "Herreshoff" is often the topic of conversation in reference to the high quality wooden yachts crossing oceans and finish...

The Herreshoff Marine Museum will be hosting a lecture by Bristol native Charlie Enright at 7 pm on Tuesday, June 17. Come listen to...

Christopher Columbus — along with his crew — spent eight years aboard a 65-by-18-foot ship, crammed in among the food supplies and livestock the...