Sir Robin Knox-Johnston and his famous round-the-world yacht, the Bermudan Ketch Suhaili, have signed up for the Hamble Classics Regatta.
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.
There was plenty of drama yesterday across Guanabara Bay besides the four medal races at Rio 2016's Olympic sailing competition. Two more gold medals have been decided with a day…
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.
Disabled sailor Natasha Lambert, 19, has climbed Cairngorm mountain, sailed through Lochs and Sounds in the Highlands and negotiated the Caledonian and Crinan canals.
After the postponement of the Laser and Laser Radial Medal Races due to too little then too much breeze, today's bumper schedule will include these races alongside the Finn and…
Nearly 40 yachts gathered for the ‘Bring Your Hurley Home 2016’ in Plymouth to mark 50 years since the first production of the Hurley 22 and Hurley 18.
There was double medal delight on Guanabara Bay as Giles Scott wrapped up Finn gold and Nick Dempsey claimed his RS:X Men’s silver yesterday.
Britain has claimed its first sailing medal of Rio 2016 - ahead of tomorrow's first medal race - after windsurfer Nick Dempsey secured a second successive RS:X Men’s Olympic silver.…
The Royal Yachting Association will be hitting the road from Sunday to celebrate Britain's Olympic sailing medal contenders with a series of Sail for Gold Roadshow events.
No pollution has been detected in the area of the grounded 17,000-tonne rig, despite salvors reporting that two fuel tanks may have been breached.
Team GB’s sailors enjoyed the best day in Rio so far as Giles Scott sailed into pole position in the Finn, Nick Thompson moved into the silver medal spot in…
‘Flames were licking out of the companionway’: yachtsman watched his beloved boat burn following two-year restoration
Windsurfer Nick Dempsey’s gold medal quest stayed on track after another impressive display in Rio yesterday.
The UK Coastguard has issued safety advice for leisure boaters after five people were rescued as their boat sank under them, off the south west coast of Scotland.
A small team of salvors are being put on board the semi-submersible oil rig, which grounded on the Isle of Lewis, as part of the ongoing operation to remove it.
Lessons learned from a carbon monoxide boating tragedy on the Norfolk Broads, which killed a couple and their dog
Nick Dempsey enjoyed an almost perfect start to his Rio 2016 Olympic Sailing Regatta ending day one in pole position in the RS:X Men’s windsurfing yesterday.
In the September 2016 issue of Practical Boat Owner...
A drilling rig has run aground on the Isle of Lewis in the Outer Hebrides of Scotland after being hit by severe storms in the early hours of this morning.