A rally is being held at Lymington, the home of the Contessa 26, to mark the 50th anniversary of this popular yacht built by Jeremy Rogers.
Don't rely on a mobile phone, says RNLI coxswain Mark Kenyon: Without a radio bearing 'a small vessel in rough seas can be a challenging target.'
Dave Selby's 300-mile voyage in a Sailfish 18 has begun but some 'mucky weather' is hampering progress...
The total weight of the cocaine taken off the MV Hamal was in excess of 3.2 tonnes.
The former Chairman and Managing Director of a well-known Swanwick boatyard has died aged 91.
The MMO says local, specialist and industry knowledge is critical to developing meaningful and tailored marine plans
Thousands of spectator boats are expected to take to waters off the South Coast this summer to cheer on Sir Ben Ainslie at the America’s Cup World Series (ACWS) Portsmouth.…
With less than one month to go until the 2016 Rio Games, we look at the British Olympic and Paralympic sailors who will be going for gold...
Two people were rescued and a sinking yacht saved off the Jurassic Coast of Dorset this morning.
Oban Marina on Scotland's west coast is up for sale for the second time in five years.
Plans for the world’s biggest offshore wind farm have been hampered by fears that the noise of construction will disturb harbour porpoises.
A yacht owned by the commodore of the Island Sailing Club sank after it hit a shipwreck in Saturday's Round the Island race.
HMS Echo and RNLI lifeboat volunteers assisted a 28ft yacht that was battered by 40 knot squalls whilst attempting to cross Lyme Bay, eight miles off the Devon coast
Thousands of sailors in yachts of all different shapes and sizes will be taking part in the annual Round the Island race around the Isle of Wight.
An Irishman who was 'sick of life' took a 17ft yacht from Saundersfoot, Pembrokeshire and attempted to sail to France.
A small yacht without lights, VHF radio, GPS or flares was located by radar and mobile phone light after suffering engine failure at night.
Sniffy the dog and his owner were rescued by the RNLI after their yacht's steering failed off the North East coast of Scotland.
PBO columnist Dave Selby has set a date for his charity challenge that aims to encourage more people to get afloat and raise funds for a worthy cause.
The Boat Safety Scheme is asking boaters: 'Are you wise to carbon monoxide poisoning?' following an inquest hearing into two deaths on a private boat on the Norfolk Broads.
A yacht ran aground in Plockton bay, Wester Ross, in the Scottish Highlands after breaking free from its mooring - with two people on board.