After taking on water following a collision with an unidentified floating object in the South Indian Ocean, Vendée Globe's Kito de Pavant has been rescued.
Vendée Globe skipper Kito de Pavant has struck an unidentified floating object, which has led to a significant ingress of water aboard the boat.
Douglas Innes, the company director of Stormforce Coaching Limited, has denied the manslaughter of four crew members who were killed when the yacht Cheeki Rafiki capsized in the North Atlantic.
Princess Cruise Lines Ltd. (Princess) has agreed to plead guilty to seven felony charges stemming from its deliberate pollution of the seas and intentional acts to cover it up, the…
A French Navy helicopter captured some stunning Vendée Globe race footage of British yachtsman Alex Thomson and his closest rival Armel Le Cleac'h sailing in the Southern Ocean.
A new Greek tax affecting thousands of British boat owners in Greece has moved a step nearer to being introduced, the Cruising Association reports – but possibly at a lower…
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French photographer Jean-Marie Liot won the main Mirabaud Yacht Racing Image 2016 award thanks to an extraordinary picture of the Vendée Globe yacht Safran, entirely submerged by a wave at…
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For a sailor in distress, golf is the thin end of the wedge, writes PBO columnist Dave Selby.
The super-maxi Rambler 88 has broken the Atlantic Rally for Cruisers (ARC) course record with a time of eight days, six hours, 29 minutes and 15 seconds .
Urgent genset repairs and a damaged gooseneck have forced the British yachtswoman to abandon her latest attempt at a record-breaking circumnavigation.
Police in Cornwall have issued a reminder to motorists to ensure towed items are properly secured after a yacht was abandoned for several hours at the side of a narrow…
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The single-handed sailor aboard found he had no power, lights or VHF radio after several abortive attempts to start the boat’s engine.
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The BM39 yacht Noah was taking on significant volumes of water, the source of which could not be identified.
"Approximately 45 minutes after he had started the engine, the owner was discovered collapsed in the cabin."
The Marine Conservation Charity says 5p has been small price to pay for fewer carrier bags at the coast
A major incident was declared when a cargo ship lost power and steering and began taking on water after colliding with a rock barge off the coast of Dover.