Marine photographer Philip Plisson showcases his work in London
Over 11,000 new marina berths needed in next 10 years, say British Waterways
Five fishermen have been rescued from their liferaft after their boat caught fire off the County Down coast.
Entries are now being taken for the cross-Channel Royal Escape Race from Shoreham to Fécamp
Fewer people were rescued in 2005 according to the Maritime and Coastguard Agency.
Olympic gold medallist Shirley Robertson is due to give birth in July to twins.
Welsh Guild makes an urgent appeal for new members
Iron Age log boat from the Iron Age display at Lincoln's new archaeological museum
The RYA Dinghy Sailing Show takes place this weekend (4 - 5 March) at Alexandra Palace, London.
Custody for captain too drunk to drive his ship.
A father has been criticised for putting his children at risk after they were rescued without lifejackets from a sinking boat.
Marine Trades Association Awards at the Boating Business Show in Bournemouth.
A man has been charged with manslaughter after a gas explosion in a boatyard last August, which killed 26-year-old Hungarian, Krisztian Takacs.
A group of school children scrambled to safety yesterday after their 25ft cutter hit rocks in Morayshire, Scotland.
New RYA website up and running.
Shrimper Owners Association will celebrate its 25th Anniversary during this year's International Shrimper Week
Poole is the busiest lifeboat station on the UK coast, according to the RNLI's statistics for 2005.
Thousands of fish have taken residence at the Falkirk Wheel, the rotating boat lift that links the Union and Forth & Clyde canals.
A family were rescued on the Norfolk Broads after their hire-boat became trapped under a bridge.
£90,000 policing costs could challenge the future of Skandia Cowes Week fireworks