The American yacht Nora, which has been rescued multiple times since setting sail last July, has been damaged by a fire on board.
'Uncertainty over the future of the breakwater' has scuppered plans for an Alderney Marina at Maggies Bay
The fire destroyed two classic yachts, one of the Dunkirk Little Ships, 15 Etchell keelboats, seven XOD one-designs and five Dragon keelboats.
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The UK Coastguard have co-ordinated the rescue of 22 crew from a merchant vessel in gale force weather conditions in the Bay of Biscay.
A large fire broke out in a car workshop near the Medina Boat Yard in Cowes yesterday.
Met Office severe weather warnings for the UK have been issued for heavy rain, accompanied by strong winds
To ensure continuation of boat production the new company 'Fairline Yachts' invites previous employees to apply for the c.100 jobs that will be immediately available.
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More than nine months after setting off from San Francisco in northern California, the Coxless Four women's rowing team have made land in Cairns, Australia.
HM Coastguard are advising members of the public to stay away from five dead sperm whales washed up on beaches along the east coast of England.
The British America's Cup Challenger and its partner Land Rover have launched a talent programme to find and support talented young British sailors.
An uncharted wreck of a WWI German submarine has been officially identified three years after being discovered off the coast of Norfolk and Suffolk.
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"It’s not of role the UK Coastguard, which is an emergency service, to arrange a vessel’s repairs or to move a vessel to a location that’s more convenient for the…
The village of Carbost now offers berthing alongside the renovated pier, visitor moorings, and, by the summer of 2016, overnight pontoon berths.
Entries are open for the 85th edition of the Round the Island Race (RTIR), which will take place on Sunday 2 July.
‘This shows that no matter how experienced you might be, you can still get caught out by tides and weather', said Coastguard spokesman
The 62nd London Boat Show, which drew to a close yesterday, attracted 90,328 people through the doors of ExCeL London over 10 days.
Europe’s longest chalk reef – the Cromer Shoals in Norfolk – is among the 23 latest areas to gain protected status