The skipper of a barge has been fined £500 and more than £2,000 in costs, after pleading guilty to dumping rubbish at sea.
The 48 areas proposed by The Wildlife Trusts are said to be the final gap-fillers in the ‘blue belt’ of England's MCZ network.
Debris including a life raft, lifejacket and a spinnaker pole washed up in the Whitsand Bay area of Plymouth over the weekend.
HM Coastguard now has a new eye in the sky, as a Jetstream 41 turboprop aircraft is being trialled as part of a development to support our search and rescue…
A Day Skipper Practical course gives PBO news editor Laura Hodgetts first-hand insights into man overboard recovery, mooring alongside under power, passage planning and much more
UK gas and electricity supplier DONG Energy has launched its East Coast Community Fund, a sum of money worth approximately £465,000 each year for a 20-year period. The fund is…
An estimated £80million-worth of cocaine have been seized from a British-registered converted fishing trawler off the coast of Falmouth in Cornwall
More sailing boats on the water than ever before at Europe’s biggest boating festival: but most importantly, show organisers are letting Dave Selby loose!
The Pointon family have been joined by record-breaking, round-the-world yachtswoman Jeanne Socrates for the last leg of their Tikka's Around Britain Sail.
The world’s largest offshore wind farm, the Hornsea Project Two offshore windfarm located 89 kilometres off the Yorkshire coast, has today received development consent.
A dismasted yacht was rescued by the independent Caister Lifeboat charity service off the coast of Norfolk.
A 30ft Dutch yacht with a broken rudder was rescued in treacherous conditions just west of the notorious Shingles Bank off the Needles Rocks, Isle of Wight.
The flag needed to be bright and vibrant so that boats easily spot when Free Flow is in operation and also the general public can cross the lock on foot.
Record-breaking, round-the-world sailor Jeanne Socrates is returning to Britain to sail the last leg of Tikka's Around Britain Sail with Steve Pointon and family.
A crew of military veterans are set to return to Falmouth this weekend after a 2,000-mile tall ship voyage around the UK coast.
Until the UK formally leaves the EU, we still have a legal obligation to comply with EU law and the invasive alien species regulations remain in force.
A dispute with volunteers over a new training programme and the station’s management has resulted in the RNLI taking New Brighton lifeboat station temporarily off service for several weeks.
Plans for the world’s biggest offshore wind farm have been hampered by fears that the noise of construction will disturb harbour porpoises.
A small yacht without lights, VHF radio, GPS or flares was located by radar and mobile phone light after suffering engine failure at night.
PBO columnist Dave Selby has set a date for his charity challenge that aims to encourage more people to get afloat and raise funds for a worthy cause.