On sale now! This month's PBO features a round-up of the successful Scotland's Boat Show and plenty of brilliant features on sail and power boats…
The World Sailing Speed Record Council (WSSRC) has officially ratified a new Cowes to Dinard monohull World Record for Phil Sharp and Class 40 yacht Imerys.
New pontoons have been installed and others repositioned to upgrade the access and design of the marina, and to increase the number of available berths...
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New inshore MCZs to protect Belfast Lough clams; rare black guillemots on Rathlin Island; seagrass meadows off Waterfoot; soft coral in Carlingford Lough.
‘This has really made my day and my Christmas', says Bernard Morley, of Grimsby, who has won more than £2,745 of quality boating gear in the PBO giveaway.
'As for what it means for the wider world of sailing – well, where racing design leads, cruising design often follows..." says PBO boat tester David Harding.
A £5million boost for Britain’s Kite Power Systems' kite power technology, which has the potential to transform the global offshore wind generation market.
Lone Australian yachtsman Shane Freeman has set sail on a 14,500-mile voyage to England in order to compete in the 2018 Golden Globe Race.
'It's brutal. Absolutely brutal. I do wonder why I do this sometimes", says Britain's Vendée Globe contender Alex Thomson
Fast action from nearby Atlantic Rally for Cruisers (ARC) crews helped save a boat from sinking, when fire broke out aboard the 1982 Swan 76 ketch Pauline af Skanör, in…
The 2017 edition of the Reeds PBO Small Craft Almanac is now available, offering many unique features for small craft sailors in the UK, Ireland and much of northern Europe.
"You haven't won the race, if in winning the race you have lost the respect of your competitors." Legendary sailor Paul Elvstrom has died at the age of 88.
PBO magazine and 14 other specialist Time Inc UK titles have joined forces to create the ultimate gift guide, with hundreds of recommended products.
After taking on water following a collision with an unidentified floating object in the South Indian Ocean, Vendée Globe's Kito de Pavant has been rescued.
Vendée Globe skipper Kito de Pavant has struck an unidentified floating object, which has led to a significant ingress of water aboard the boat.
Douglas Innes, the company director of Stormforce Coaching Limited, has denied the manslaughter of four crew members who were killed when the yacht Cheeki Rafiki capsized in the North Atlantic.
Princess Cruise Lines Ltd. (Princess) has agreed to plead guilty to seven felony charges stemming from its deliberate pollution of the seas and intentional acts to cover it up, the…
A French Navy helicopter captured some stunning Vendée Globe race footage of British yachtsman Alex Thomson and his closest rival Armel Le Cleac'h sailing in the Southern Ocean.
A new Greek tax affecting thousands of British boat owners in Greece has moved a step nearer to being introduced, the Cruising Association reports – but possibly at a lower…
One lucky winner will scoop a selection of Practical Boat Owner magazine's best on test over the past year as one great prize – worth more than £2,700!