Four people were rescued from the water after their 18ft speedboat sank off the Exmouth coast.
Fish & Ships boat and food festival at Portland Marina on the Dorset coast will be taking place this weekend.
The Royal Yachting Association (RYA) is urging sailors to participate in the Government’s public consultation on the second tranche of MCZs ahead of the closing date of Friday, 24 April
A major search operation got under way in Southampton Water when a tug suddenly capsized and one of the crew could not be found.
How to watch the America's Cup World Series Portsmouth racing in the Solent, from 23 to 26 July 2015
Practical Boat Owner magazine's "Free Anchorage" Playing Cards are now available to buy online for the first time through Piplers of Poole chandlery
Advice issued after Liverpool and Crosby Coastguard team was tasked following reports of a large seal on the beach at Formby
Former soldier Wayne Ingram will be spending seven days and nights in the confines of a life raft this May.
The Planning Inspectorate has closed the examination of the application for the Navitus Bay Wind Park project, comprising up to 194 turbines for the South Coast of England.
Boat owners are being warned not to leave fan heaters on when they are away from their vessels, following a fire at St Katharine Docks marina.
Plans for a fleet of six tidal lagoons across the UK have been unveiled by Tidal Lagoon Power.
Free and paid for tickets for the America’s Cup World Series, Portsmouth are officially available from today, Monday 2 March.
A chief mate of a 5,000-tonne dredger who admitted causing a devastating collision off the Suffolk coast, which killed a yachtswoman, has been sentenced.
The general cargo vessel Lysblink Seaways has run aground north of the Isle of Mull, near Kilchoan.
Milford Haven Coastguard Operations Centre (CGOC) is to become part of the new Coastguard national network for the first time.
For the first time ever, RYA Push the Boat Out will be running over nine days, offering sailing and windsurfing taster sessions across the UK.
The Royal Yachting Association (RYA) objects to small number of harbour authorities being designated until recreational boating interests are represented on Port User Groups
The Yacht Harbour Association (THYA) has announced the winners of its Marina of the Year Awards for 2015.
Salvors preparing to move the stricken Höegh Osaka cargo ship out of the Solent waters have finished pumping water off the vessel.
Salvors will be using a commercial helicopter rather than sea transport to access the Höegh Osaka cargo ship during rough weather.