A flare amnesty will be held at Beaulieu Boatjumble when the largest outdoor sale of maritime items in Europe returns on Sunday 24 April.
Anyone aged 50+ of all abilities and experience is invited to get involved in subsidised sailing at Draycote Water Sailing Club
Peel Ports has published a Seaplane Operations Code of Practice for the Medway and Swale rivers in Kent.
A ‘huge hike’ in mooring fees has been postponed and reduced following negotiations between sailing clubs and mooring representatives and Plymouth City Council
The charge points at Deacons Marina are designed to allow boat owners to plug in their electric vehicle, go boating and return to them fully charged.
Dave Selby finds out how much work he has to do to prepare his Sailfish 18 Marlin for their forthcoming 300-mile voyage.
Clipper Race teams united across the Pacific Ocean with a minute’s silence and ceremonies to pay their respects to Sarah Young, who was buried at sea
The death of businesswoman Sarah Young follows that of London paramedic Andrew Ashman, who was knocked unconscious in September on board the same yacht.
Premier Marinas Limited has today completed the purchase of Noss Marina from the administrators Duff and Phelps.
The incidents have prompted an RNLI warning for mariners in the area to use caution and listen take advice on where there are submerged rocks.
A new marine initiative has launched at Salcombe Harbour, south Devon, to encourage as many boat owners as possible to mark their equipment.
Ed Dubois was a good friend of PBO contributor Peter K Poland and this was probably the last and most up-to-date profile on him.
From Westerlys to superyachts, with plenty in between, the career of designer Ed Dubois has been spectacular.
PBO Project Boat winner Anna Millington learns the ropes with a Competent Crew course, to gain sailing experience for her new yacht Hantu Biru
A Mayday call from a sinking yacht with a lone sailor on board sparked an Easter Sunday call out for three lifeboat crews.
Sailors are invited to attend an event to showcase a prototype WITT device which could provide emergency power for lifesaving equipment at sea - and much more.
The new-look Cowes Port Handbook 2016-2017 is hot off the press and being distributed to numerous outlets around the Isle of Wight.
A single-handed sailor transmitted a Mayday call when his yacht ran aground on Bognor Rocks and he feared it holed and at risk of sinking
Letting PBO readers in on a Secret... deputy editor Ben Meakins reveals the next PBO Project Boat and welcomes you to the latest issue.
Mariners are strongly advised to remain 30 metres to the north of the Cowes Breakwater crest to avoid the surplus gravel, which reduces depths below those charted.