The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) has embarked on the third and final tranche of the Marine Conservation Zone (MCZ) designation programme. The aim is to complete…
"The most significant changes include a widening of the approach channel and a change to its route", says the Queen’s Harbour Master Portsmouth Steve Hopper.
Batten down the hatches, Storm Doris is expected to bring strong winds, rain and some snow to the UK on Thursday.
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"The operation of a vessel at night without navigation lights is not only illegal but is a foolhardy and dangerous act. It not only placed his own vessel in danger…
Whilst on route a further call was received that it was not a craft on fire but the actual light buoy itself.
The Crown Estate has received a request from Vattenfall to explore the award of rights for an extension to Thanet Offshore Wind Farm, off the Kent coast.
Two sailors have been backed by two charities as they plan to break their own dinghy endurance world record.
National Crime Agency officers have been called into investigate the discovery of around 360 kilos of cocaine that has washed up on two Norfolk beaches.
Some of the VHF channel numbers used to contact UK Coastguard are set to change later this year.
The masters of two vessels that collided in the Humber during thick fog in May last year have been fined £3,000 each, plus costs.
DONG Energy is holding extra consultation events in Norfolk in March, in response to community interest in the proposed Hornsea Project Three offshore wind farm.
Two jetskiers who ran amok in Portsmouth Harbour have been fined for their actions – which included delaying the departure of a ferry.
Your chance to find out more about six new Marine Conservation Zones proposed for the South and South West of England
The UK Coastguard co-ordinated an extensive search and rescue effort after a 90m cargo ship sank off the Kent coast, in Force 9 north westerly winds.
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A delay involving the Harbour Infrastructure Funding Agreement has meant it will not be possible to start the Eastern Channel dredging works in January.
For a sailor in distress, golf is the thin end of the wedge, writes PBO columnist Dave Selby.
The Marine Conservation Charity says 5p has been small price to pay for fewer carrier bags at the coast
A major incident was declared when a cargo ship lost power and steering and began taking on water after colliding with a rock barge off the coast of Dover.