Debris found off the coast of Northern Ireland has been confirmed as belonging to the microlight aircraft that went missing with two people on board.
One of the three crew suffered a head injury when the catamaran fishing vessel collided with an offshore wind farm turbine.
The UK is testing elements of its response to an oil spill incident today and tomorrow by running an equipment exercise on St Mary's in the Isles of Scilly.
Lifeboat volunteers responded to numerous call outs from yachts around the UK requiring assistance this May bank holiday weekend.
The Maritime and Coastguard Agency have issued a warning after three men attempted to use a fridge freezer as a makeshift boat.
A fisherman who survived the sinking of a fishing boat has told how the crew’s liferaft did not inflate when their boat began taking on water, off the Western Isles,…
A Mayday call from a sinking yacht with a lone sailor on board sparked an Easter Sunday call out for three lifeboat crews.
Cornelis van Rietschoten tells PBO “Another 10 minutes and I would have been unconscious”
A precautionary 1,000-metre anchorage exclusion zone has been put in place where a torpedo-like object was found on Scotland's Scapa Flow seabed
A yachtsman has been airlifted to safety after running aground off the west coast of Scotland amid strong winds and extremely rough waves.
The container ship APL Vanda was deliberately run aground on West Bramble Bank in the Solent following 'a loss of power'.
Four female rowers have been rescued in the Atlantic Ocean after their rowing boat capsized and they lost vital equipment.
The owner of a harbour tanker has been fined £3,000 and more than £7,000 in costs for operating a 'dangerously unsafe' vessel.
It follows a series of whale deaths along the East coast of England in the past few weeks.
A dog that had been missing for five days was rescued one mile out at sea, after being spotted chasing a seagull.
This is the second whale to beach itself on Hunstanton Beach and the sixth whale that the UK Coastguard has dealt with in this area.
A Dutch warship joined RNLI lifeboat volunteers to rescue a stricken 300ft cargo vessel that was drifting close to the North Devon coast amid rough seas and force eight gales.
American yachtsman Steve Shapiro defends his haphazard voyage, while others call for him to be stopped.
The UK Coastguard have co-ordinated the rescue of 22 crew from a merchant vessel in gale force weather conditions in the Bay of Biscay.
"It’s not of role the UK Coastguard, which is an emergency service, to arrange a vessel’s repairs or to move a vessel to a location that’s more convenient for the…