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Rossville »

Ed Pollio kayaked and climbed ships in Staten Island's boat graveyard.

Brooklyn Heights »

The Boathouse is looking to raise $10,000 for the 2015 kayaking season in the East River.

Chelsea »

Julieta Gismondi spent more than two weeks paddleboarding around Long Island.

Mott Haven »

William Urizar, 27, has been charged with petit larceny and criminal possession of stolen property.

Governors Island »

A cardboard boat race is just one of many of the City of Water Day activities. 

Rockaway Beach »

A California-based rental company opened new locations at Jacob Riis Park.

Inwood »

The club's weekly tours of the Hudson River will introduce beginners to kayaking and water safety.

Greenpoint »

North Brooklyn Boat Club kicks off its seafaring season Tuesday.

Greenpoint »

The club's new floating dock on Newtown Creek helps boats launch more easily and safely.

Chelsea »

Two Hoboken men get to their jobs at a start-up on Manhattan's West Side by kayaking across the Hudson.

TriBeCa »

A rowboat capsized off Pier 25 in the Hudson River, leaving seven people in the water on Tuesday evening.

Olinville »

The 13th annual Amazing Bronx River Flotilla launches Saturday at 10 a.m.

Washington Heights & Inwood »

A plan for a new eco dock in Inwood would increase waterfront access for boaters. 

Greenwich Village & SoHo »

New Village beer shop's Growler Station offers an app to help drinkers navigate its 200-plus brews.

Manhattan »

Veteran NYPD Officer Patrick Luca, 41, went missing while kayaking with his son in Long Island Friday, officials said.