Pictures from the opening day of the 2015 London Boat Show at ExCeL.
Photos from Sunday 4th January of the car carrier Hoegh Osaka which ran aground on the tail of the Bramble Bank after encountering difficulties en route from Southampton to Germany
Marine artist Dick Everitt has been bringing boating dramas, mishaps and howlers to life for decades through the PBO Learning from Experience pages.
A total of 30,717 participants took to the water, many for their first time, around the world, for the first 'Bart's Bash' on 21 September 2014.
Strong sales were reported throughout the 2014 PSP Southampton Boat Show, which attracted more than 112,000 people across 10 days.
The 2014 Aberdeen Asset Management Cowes Week enabled more members of public than ever to try their hand at sailing.
Cartoonist Claudia Myatt has been bringing PBO’s Dave Selby columns to life through comedy boating scenes for more than eight years. A selection of 12 designs are also now available…
Find the full article in the Summer 2014 issue of PBO
Read the full story in the August 2014 issue of Practical Boat Owner magazine, out in the shops on 17 July
Mud, mud glorious mud interspersed with glorious sunshine made the 2014 Beaulieu Boatjumble one to remember for bargain hunters and jumble sellers alike.
The pictures that illustrate Peter K Poland’s article on the origins of glassfibre manufacturing, including the pioneering designs that helped to establish GRP as a boatbuilding material. Read the…
Scraping antifouling, fitting rubbing strakes, refurbishing the trailer and much more!
The 60th anniversary London Boat Show
Two seafaring staff from Practical Boat Owner magazine have take on the years-long challenge of showing readers how to do up a boat from scratch Read more at: http://bit.ly/1aF4vYO…
Read the full article and find the step-by-step guide in the December 2013 issue of PBO, out in the shops on 7 November 2013.
Impressive advances in technology mean we now expect a lot from even the cheapest of oilskins – but can the initial attraction of budget gear be dampened by a bucket…