The solo Bulgarian sailor was 'exceedingly cold, wet and being violently ill' but initially refused rescue assistance
The yacht was taking on water, its sails were in tatters and the engine had failed amid 46mph gusts of wind and a 3.5 metre sea swell
The Greek government has introduced two changes which cut harbour dues
Premier has invested £5.8million to build a state-of-the-art boatyard complex at the River Hamble site
The OMS Pollux collided with a pile supporting a turbine off the coast of Cumbria and began leaking diesel
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It marks a major milestone for the NCI voluntary service
'Looks like you're about to enjoy your first race win, Dave...'
...after splitting the mainsail on his yacht
The Coastguard warning comes after a man narrowly escaped injury after he 'flipped out' of a speedboat
The latest investigation off the Dorset and Hampshire coast involves drilling bore holes into the sea bed and extracting cores of the material
The marina basin and main channel now offers access for yachts at virtually all states of the tide
The 2014 Aberdeen Asset Management Cowes Week enabled more members of public than ever to try their hand at sailing.
Regatta charity UKSA is providing lots of opportunities for members of the public to get afloat
Darren Senior of Whitley Bay crashed his boat into another vessel while operating on autopilot
The 'fairly active' summer storm is forecast to head for the UK over the next week
Before and after shots of the 62-year-old club, which has been rebuilt with enhanced facilities
The 'Sip and Puff' sailor is three-quarters of the way through her latest sailing challenge...But has a mountain to climb too
The European Commission intends to take UK government to the European Court of Justice ‘for not properly applying the rules on fiscal marking on fuel'
The 30 MPAs are not anticipated to cause any problems for recreational boaters