The yacht, Vencom, with 10 people onboard was returning from the Rolex Fastnet Race when the vessel lost its rudder and was unable to steer.
ScottishPower Renewables has received planning approval for East Anglia THREE offshore windfarm and the installation of up to 172 larger ‘next generation’ turbines, with a tip height of 247 metres.
Vasquez’s 72-year-old owner died from carbon monoxide poisoning because, without a CO alarm, he was unaware CO from the engine exhaust was entering the cockpit and cabin area.
The battle of the bodge... the deputy editor's welcome to the September 2017 issue of Practical Boat Owner magazine
UK Coastguard is currently responding to a 35ft white motor boat on fire in Ryde Harbour, Isle of Wight.
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Dave shares hard-won observations, with appropriate terminology, from a ‘modern apprenticeship’ on a Thames charter barge, in his September 2017 PBO column
A round-Britain sailing expedition is setting sail from Plymouth today with an all-female crew on board, ready to sample UK waters for plastic pollution
The Explosives Ordnance Disposal (EOD) team arrived on scene this morning, 8 August, and there are plans in place to detonate the ordnance just after 1pm.
The Marine Antiquities Scheme aims to protect and improve knowledge of the nation’s underwater heritage by encouraging the voluntary recording of items found in English and Welsh waters
An elderly solo sailor was rescued, with suspected mild hypothermia, after his 32ft yacht suffered engine failure and ran aground on rocks off Bognor Regis.
Six months after his historic second-place finish in the Vendee Globe, Alex Thomson will return to offshore racing, competing in his 10th Fastnet Race.
Two crew members on board the fishing vessel, called the Eshcol, owned by Timothy Bowman-Davies, died as a result of carbon monoxide poisoning in 2014.
A French sailor has been safely rescued from a sinking yacht in the middle of the Atlantic after an oil tanker made a five-hour diversion to save him.
UK Coastguard: We do not want anyone to risk injuring themselves. Police and other authorities are aware of the wreck and deciding the best way to remove it.
The Cornwall Marine and Coastal Code Group reminds boaters how to responsibly enjoy watching marine wildlife such as dolphins and basking sharks.
CHC have registered a protest to the Isle of Wight Council’s regarding reduced navigational depths and clearance over the chains of the new floating bridge.
Thunder and torrential rain were an apt reminder that "SAR don’t wait for good weather to rescue us, they come when we need them..."
One hundred yachts and motorboats have signed up to take part in a tribute flotilla in memory of Irish Coast Guard helicopter R116 crew.
A family of four and their Labrador dog were rescued by Lyme Regis lifeboat crew, after their yacht was swamped by waves and sank at Charlton Bay.