Detectives are today continuing their investigations into the death of two people on a boat in Wroxham, on the Norfolk Broads.
Tickets are still available for this week's Weymouth and Portland Sailing World Cup - the last big organised regatta before the Rio 2016 Games.
Of the 168 UK coastal deaths in 2015, six of the fatalities involved motorboating, while 10 of the fatalities were linked to sailing.
GPS is not infallible, so it makes sense to know the basics of shaping a rough ‘course to steer’ on a paper chart, says Dick Everitt.
Skerries RNLI l found a 30ft pole tangled with some plastic barriers in waters off Bremore point in Balbriggan
With a summer holiday being firmly rooted in the French canals, Richard Hare agreed to have the family cat aboard. The plan cost less than keeping Polly in a cattery…
'It’s easy for any sailor to remember how to draw tidal vectors with a handy little aide-mémoire!' Says Dick Everitt.
Guernsey Harbours has unveiled plans to upgrade significantly the facilities on the island’s Crown Pier, also known as the Victoria Pier.
From next year, the distinction between Tidal and Non-Tidal RYA Day Skipper Practical courses will end.
Two men who sailed a yacht carrying almost a tonne of cocaine across the Atlantic have been sentenced to more than 34 years in prison.
A yachting trophy which pre-dates the America's Cup and disappeared from public view for more than 150 years returned to a Dorset regatta.
Gary ‘Ted’ Sargent from Dublin is on a quest to single-handedly sail a 13-foot dinghy around the entire coastline of Ireland for charity.
The first point of contention is that in the rates they have announced, you will see a huge jump between an 11.9 metre boat and a 12.1 metre boat, says…
Macduff lifeboat crew were paged at 2.35am to assist a single-handed sailor whose sail had got caught around his yacht's rudder.
Nine people have been rescued off the coast of Shetland after their yacht caught fire.
'Thus far 2016 is proving to be particularly deadly. Some 2,510 lives have been lost so far, compared to 1,855 in the same period in 2015 and 57 in the…
A man has been found guilty of marine licensing offences after unlawfully taking tin ingots worth more than £50,000 from a shipwreck off the coast of Cornwall.
Your quick reference guide to safety and seamanship, still available in digital format
A team of 38 veterans are setting sail on a 2,000-mile tall ship voyage around the British Isles for the Turn to Starboard challenge.
New maritime enforcement powers will allow Border Force officers to stop vessels and arrest anyone they suspect has broken immigration law.