Boaty McBoatface is joining ocean scientists on an expedition to study some of the deepest and coldest abyssal ocean waters on earth and how they affect climate change.
The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) has embarked on the third and final tranche of the Marine Conservation Zone (MCZ) designation programme. The aim is to complete…
"Winds that you can't stand up in, seas breaking, whiteness everywhere", an Irishman has described his terror and praised rescuers as "absolute heroes".
"The most significant changes include a widening of the approach channel and a change to its route", says the Queen’s Harbour Master Portsmouth Steve Hopper.
Beating off stiff competition, the Lake District club was specifically recognised for their efforts in increasing participation.
The Green Blue is launching a new wildlife guide for boaters today to coincide with and celebrate United Nations’ World Wildlife Day.
Share a funny story about your boat's name and be in with a chance to win Southampton Boat Show tickets
Emily’s Code aims to prevent accidents at sea by highlighting key safety messages and leaves a legacy in memory of 14-year-old Emily Gardner.
South coast marina operators, Dean & Reddyhoff Ltd, has today, 1 March, completed the purchase of Deacons Boatyard Ltd, located in Hamble, Hampshire.
Cloudy Bay has been announced as the Presenting Sponsor of the Round the Island Race, which is taking place on Saturday 1 July.
The Royal Yachting Association is inviting disabled sailors to apply for grants to support 2.4mR one-person keelboat class campaigns.
Colman constructed a jury rig after dismasting 700 miles from the finish line. He lasted out his final days on survival rations from his life raft.
Appropriately suited and booted... Editor David Pugh welcomes you to the latest issue of Practical Boat Owner magazine.
Membership of AAA Acme Select Sea Stuff – a snip at two grand. Sorry, make that three grand, says PBO columnist Dave Selby
Australian yachtsman Shane Freeman has been rescued by a Chinese-flagged grain ship after his yacht Mushka was knocked down and dismasted 300NM west of Chile.
Batten down the hatches, Storm Doris is expected to bring strong winds, rain and some snow to the UK on Thursday.
The Keep Turning Left filmmaker has 'simply run out of budget'
"The operation of a vessel at night without navigation lights is not only illegal but is a foolhardy and dangerous act. It not only placed his own vessel in danger…
Whilst on route a further call was received that it was not a craft on fire but the actual light buoy itself.
The Crown Estate has received a request from Vattenfall to explore the award of rights for an extension to Thanet Offshore Wind Farm, off the Kent coast.