In the June 2017 issue of Practical Boat Owner...
Piggy-back to Belfast for historic passenger ship
Ocean-race boats to arrive in Gunwharf Quays this weekend
A replica of the Dutch ship Duyfken (Little Dove), has embarked on a year-long voyage
Historic clipper too expensive to restore
Isambard Kingdom Brunel's only surviving ship wins two Museums and Heritage Awards.
The teenagers scheduled to crew on Gipsy Moth IV from Tahiti will still get a chance to sail
The Coastguard has warned Lake District boaters not to go out after dark after two boats crashed in the same week.
The RNLI has launched a website for children aged 7 to 14
Gypsy Moth IV refloated, but damage extensive
Pains Wessex is recalling ALL of its White Collision (MK7) Hand Flares after one exploded last month, injuring a 51-year-old Yachtmaster instructor.
The next two legs of Gipsy Moth IV's circumnavigation have been cancelled while the yacht undergoes repairs
A disabled man and woman were rescued from the Taw-Torridge Estuary after falling from a dinghy
Offers of assistance have been flooding in to support the rescue mission of Gipsy Moth IV, grounded off Tahiti
A man and woman were rescued yesterday morning after their 47ft yacht was blown onto rocks in Swanage
The 158,000-tonne Freedom of the Seas will dock in Southampton on Saturday en route to New York
Two teams from Practical Boat Owner took podium positions in the 2006 Marine Industry Regatta
Scottish councillor raises doubts over value of public money spent on Glasgow: Scotland with Style
A 70% price reduction for satellite broadband services may soon be available
A Yachtmaster instructor seriously injured by a handheld flare is reported to be in a stable condition.
Following a rise in the number of breakdowns, the MCA is urging yachtsmen to service their vessels