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A yacht ran aground in Plockton bay, Wester Ross, in the Scottish Highlands after breaking free from its mooring - with two people on board.
A Clipper Round the World Yacht Race crew member has been airlifted off the IchorCoal yacht in the North Atlantic Ocean in a challenging helicopter rescue.
The new Honorary Secretary of the Nicholson 31 Association Michael Wright will take up the post next month.
British Marine will represent industry concerns to Government throughout this transitional period.
Following the recent success of Push the Boat Out, the RYA is offering a whole summer of sailing with even more opportunities for everyone to get afloat.
Force 4 Chandlery's store in Deacons Boat Yard, Bridge Road, Bursledon remains temporarily closed following an electrical fire.
Two members of the Australian Paralympic Sailing Team have been robbed at gunpoint in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Two people rescued off the Kent coast after making a Mayday call have been arrested on suspicion of people smuggling.
Charity challenger Dave Birch has completed a 75-mile cross-Channel sail from Guernsey to Torquay in a Laser Pico dinghy.
While dealing with a grounded yacht, GAFIRS rescuers were tasked to another emergency after a yacht hit the submarine barrier off Southsea and issued a Mayday distress call.
A single-handed French sailor was rescued six miles off the Wicklow coast after making a distress call.
GPS will keep us on the straight and narrow by constantly showing how much we need to adjust our heading for changes in tide, wind and boat speed.
The missing Platino sailor has also been named as Stephen (Steve) Forno, 63-years-old from Devonport, New Zealand
DONG Energy is adding 32 more turbines to the existing 25 at Burbo Bank in Liverpool Bay, in an extension project reported to be worth £450million.
Using a lifesling to make contact with and recover a man overboard.
Getting back to a man overboard under power
The RORC-recommended Quick-Stop method of getting back to a MOB.
‘Man overboard!’ It’s a cry that chills the blood. But most of us go sailing to relax and enjoy some time afloat, and even the most well-meaning of us will…
In the Summer 2016 issue of Practical Boat Owner...
The real cost of engineering solutions to a problem that didn’t exist in the first place, muses PBO columnist Dave Selby.