The new Head of Maritime Operations, Julie-Anne Wood, has made history as the first woman to achieve this rank in the history of Her Majesty’s Coastguard.
A new study into the UK’s offshore wind resource has revealed that variability in wind speeds is significantly lower than previously understood.
AIS devices will be integrated into all lifejackets for the first time during the Clipper 2017-18 Race.
"Familiarity breeds contempt and contempt is your enemy with all things to do with the sea"-Lessons learned from boating accidents in new MAIB Safety Digest
The double Olympic medallist, America’s Cup sailor and Volvo Ocean Race-winning skipper will take over from John Derbyshire, who will retire later this year.
According to new research, 3.5million people participated in one or more of 12 core boating activities in 2016, the highest volume recorded since 2009
The UK-wide event returns from 13-21 May 2017, inviting thousands of people to have a go at sailing and windsurfing at free and low cost taster sessions.
Your chance to win a night's accommodation for two and breakfast at Careys Manor Hotel, plus a £50 voucher towards dinner and Beaulieu Boatjumble tickets.
GAFIRS volunteers were called to assist a cabin cruiser skipper who had got into trouble after mooring up alongside a Portsmouth pier.
The HM Coastguard search and rescue helicopter base in Lee-On-Solent will start flying the new Leonardo AW189 helicopter for SAR operations from 1pm today.
Offshore sailor Mike Golding follows in the footsteps of Sir Robin Knox-Johnston at the Little Ship Club
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It will be taking place over five days instead of 10 and joining forces with two new events
Construction of the Rampion Offshore Wind Farm, off the Sussex coast, is now well under way
The berthing facility will see the creation of 36 finger-berth pontoons and a concrete floating breakwater, providing flexible short-stay capacity for boats of various sizes.
First man to sail the world solo Sir Robin Knox-Johnston talks about adventure in the information age and his battle with health and safety culture
Yachting photographer Eileen Ramsay died on 8 February at the grand old age of 101. Her family are holding a memorial service to celebrate her life and work
The skipper of a fishing boat has been convicted of trying to smuggle around a tonne of cocaine into the UK.
Two Voluntary Exclusion Zones on the Exe, at Exmouth Local Nature Reserve and Dawlish Warren National Nature Reserve have been proposed.
Nikki Henderson, 23, is set to make Clipper Race history after being selected as the youngest professional skipper to lead a team in the 40,000NM race