First man to sail the world solo Sir Robin Knox-Johnston talks about adventure in the information age and his battle with health and safety culture
Membership of AAA Acme Select Sea Stuff – a snip at two grand. Sorry, make that three grand, says PBO columnist Dave Selby
One of the forthcoming Golden Globe Race's four Australian entrants Shane Freeman is on his way to the starting line and is soon to round Cape Horn.
Ten days since his world quite literally came crashing down around him, Irish skipper Enda O'Coineen says he is still contemplating his next move.
One hundred young people in recovery from cancer will be taking part in an extraordinary challenge - sailing around Britain in a national relay, celebrating achievement and realising potential.
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.
Vendée Globe skipper Kito de Pavant has struck an unidentified floating object, which has led to a significant ingress of water aboard the boat.
Urgent genset repairs and a damaged gooseneck have forced the British yachtswoman to abandon her latest attempt at a record-breaking circumnavigation.
British yachtswoman Jeanne Socrates has repaired last month's storm damage and resumed her record-breaking quest aboard her 38ft yacht Nereida.
"I packed my grab bag with passport etc at one point... to be ready for the worst but Nereida rode the big seas well despite a lot of shaking and…
'Whilst we are all delighted to have succeeded, it is extremely worrying to see this lack of ice so starkly', says expedition leader David Hempleman-Adam
British sailor Jeanne Socrates admits that the cost of circumnavigation preparation has left her bank balance at ‘almost zero’.
It marks 54-year-old Donna Lange's second solo trip around the world in her 28 foot Southern Cross yacht.