Why make heavy going in choppy conditions when a less demanding alternative heading will get you to your destination in about the same time? Asks Dick Everitt.
Pat Manley, a long-time contributor to PBO and who regularly featured in our Ask the Experts pages, passed away on 5 September.
Debris including a life raft, lifejacket and a spinnaker pole washed up in the Whitsand Bay area of Plymouth over the weekend.
MDL Marinas has become the first UK marina operator to offer electric vehicle charging points for the prestigious range of Tesla sports cars.
Renowned yachtsmen Geoff Holt and Sir Robin Knox-Johnston were among the players of this year’s Bramble Bank cricket match in the middle of the Solent.
Plans have been unveiled for a major redevelopment of Devon’s Noss-on-Dart Marina.
Two Royal Navy ships, three helicopters, a fishing vessel and the Peel RNLI lifeboat responded to a Mayday call from a sinking boat off the Isle of Man in the…
The UK's third largest boat show will be held at Kip Marina, Inverkip from Friday 14 to Sunday 16 October.
The awards provide an opportunity for the public to put forward their yachting heroes and celebrate the achievements of up-and-coming talent.
Cruisers from the 2016 rally joined with prospective 2017 sailors to discuss their adventures at the Southampton Boat Show
More than 7,290 sailors took part in the third annual Bart's Bash, which coincided with the Rio Paralympic sailing finale in support of disabled sailing.
With gold and bronze Paralympic medals, Helena Lucas is Britain’s most successful Paralympic sailor ever. While Alex Rickham and Niki Birrell were “elated” to achieve another bronze Paralympic medal.
Europe's biggest outdoor boating festival runs until Sunday 25 September.
The British Sonar team is refusing to give up on their Rio medal dream after a race disqualification dented their podium hopes yesterday.
The Team GB-selected sailor who was forced to drop out of the Rio 2016 Games line-up after being diagnosed with colorectal cancer is getting back on his bike for charity.
Put simply it’s the day the world goes sailing! This year all funds raised through Bart’s Bash will be used to help promote and develop disabled sailing globally.
All Paralympic sailing classes have three more races scheduled today from 4pm (BST). The final series races, after which the medals will be awarded, takes place on Saturday 17 September.
“We deserved to get away with a few scratches and a bit of embarrassment, not to get the boat sunk” says yacht owner Alex Renton.
All three Paralympic sailing classes will try to get three races in today from the earlier time of 4pm, after a two-hour postponement and very light, patchy breeze played havoc…
Marlin's Mission has reached Southampton, marking the end of a 338-mile voyage in an 18ft Sailfish that has raised £3,650, yet PBO columnist Dave Selby has vowed: 'This is just…