Cornwalls newest gig is named, blessed and launched.
Radio warning follows boat rescue
Service remembers lost men at sea
Lively Lady set to start circumnavigation on July 30
Fifteen boaters have been fined a total of £5,886 after being caught using the River Thames without a licence.
The chemical tanker that collided with a freighter in the English Channel has now sunk
The crew of a chemical tanker were rescued last night after a collision with a bulk carrier in the English Channel.
A wild dolphin trapped in Maryport marina has finally been released.
A fortnight after rescuing two Irish rowers, merchant vessel Hispania Spirit, has picked up another pair caught out in the Atlantic Rowing Race.
Hundreds of people attended the funeral yesterday of a fisherman who died off the County Down coast.
A new online atlas has been launched at the Coastal Futures 2006 conference
The RNLI is appealing for items of jewellery, medals, and small objêts d'art to help fund its work in 2006.
The US navy has captured a crew of suspected pirates off the coast of Somalia
An anonymous antiques collector plans to donate rare documents
The rear commodore of the Royal Norfolk and Suffolk Yacht Club has become PBO's 20,000th subscriber
World Cruising are to launch 'World ARC', a circumnavigation that will take 20 months.
A 23-year-old sail trainer from Middlesbrough has won the prestigious RYA Yachtmaster of the Year award.
A man has died after falling from his boat in Newport Docks, South Wales.
Eight marinas - three British and five French - announced their partnership today at the London Boat Show.
PBO's writers were in spotlight yesterday when Jake Kavanagh and Ian Hardy entertained Boat Show visitors on the newly founded IPC Stage.