The Round Britain '17 crew covered 2,206 nautical miles in 17 legs to complete their circumnavigation of the British Isles aboard the Ellen MacArthur Cancer Trust yacht, Moonspray
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"People in charge of high powered craft should use their kill cords"... a 4m RIB was careering around in the sea off Penbryn beach with no one on board.
The goal is to raise £85,000 for two dedicated collection points in Fareham and Lymington, to provide a free flare disposal service for up to 10 years.
The skipper of the Clipper Race yacht Greenings, David Hartshorn, has suffered a serious injury to his left hand which requires emergency medical attention.
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The Met Office is celebrating 150 uninterrupted years of the Shipping Forecast, which is believed to be the longest-running continuous forecast in the world.
Both Barmouth RNLI lifeboats were launched when a 34ft yacht broke it’s moorings and ended up caught in Barmouth bridge.
Boat owners, shipping companies and anyone who puts out to sea need to make sure they’re ready for the changeover of some VHF channel numbers used to contact UK Coastguard.…
The Great British Beach Clean seeks thousands of volunteers
The 2nd annual ARC Channel Islands rally has come to a close following a week-long cruise to Cherbourg, Guernsey and Alderney from the start port of Gosport.
The yacht’s propeller had become fouled on a pot buoy, anchoring her to the seabed, and the crew were unable to free the vessel.
A shipwreck containing 15 cast iron English cannons off Chesil Beach, Dorset and a First World War U-boat off Whitby, North Yorkshire have been granted protection.
The biggest-ever edition of the Clipper Race, got under way on the River Mersey, Liverpool, on Sunday, 20 August, in front of thousands of spectators.
The race was previously scheduled for 23 June 2018, however race organisers moved the date following confirmation the Isle of Wight Music Festival would be held the same weekend
The yachtsman, en route from Great Orme Head to the Mull of Galloway, could see that he was about 10 miles from the coast but could not say exactly where.
"An exciting development for the Golden Globe Race: a new class of simple, safe, affordable and competitive one-design yachts to race around the world."
A series of crowdfunding schemes will be launched to provide permanent out-of-date distress flare disposal solutions across the United Kingdom.
Britain's future flagship HMS Queen Elizabeth sailed into her home port of Portsmouth for the first time today.