A major international conference to investigate ways of harnessing the power of the sea is heading to the Port of Dover next week.
A 10m yacht that ran aground two miles north of Hook Head, in County Wexford, Ireland is believed to have drifted free from its moorings.
Visitor numbers were down on last year's footfall of more than 112,000 people across 10 days, however exhibitors reported strong sales from this year's event.
Weymouth Speed Week is the oldest and longest-running speed sailing event in the world. Held annually since 1972, it has challenged sailors of a wide variety of wind-powered craft to…
A blaze that devastated a 34ft yacht at Deganwy Quays Marina was caused by an electrical fault, fire investigators have said.
Thousands of sailors from across the world took to the water yesterday for Bart’s Bash 2, the global sailing event in aid of the Andrew Simpson Sailing Foundation
The latest convictions mean eight people are now behind bars in connection with the Makayabella smuggling attempt.
RNLI crew found the casualties standing on their sinking boat up to their waists in water, clinging to the two masts.
A yacht that crossed the Atlantic after being abandoned more than a year ago has been sunk just as its owner made a last dash to retrieve it.
The race is on to make this year's Bart's Bash even more successful than its world record-breaking debut
Four horse sculptures that rise out of the water at low tide are providing a temporary hazard to navigation on the Thames
Results from a study of rocks beneath the UK North Sea show the potential for carbon dioxide CO2 storage in deep geological formations
A yachtsman and his cat who were rescued off the West Australian coast by a container ship have been reunited following medical treatment.
More than 50 people gathered at the RYA lounge to learn more about the new ARC Channel Islands rally taking place in August 2016
Replacing filament bulbs with white LEDs in tricolour navigational lights could result in vessels not being insured, the Cruising Association has warned.
The Department for Energy and Climate Change has announced its decision to refuse development consent for the proposed Navitus Bay wind farm on the South Coast of England.
The Red Arrows will be taking to the skies above the Southampton Boat Show this afternoon to perform their aerobatic stunts for the first time in the show's history.
Spaces are limited for this Sunday's launch, being held from 3.30pm until 5pm at the Southampton Boat Show, so be sure to register!
We’re giving one lucky winner the opportunity to win Hantu Biru, complete with everything we’ve fitted to her during the restoration, including her engine, instruments and sails.
Eight sailors named as first athletes on the British teamsheet for the Rio 2016 Olympics