A yachting trophy which pre-dates the America's Cup and disappeared from public view for more than 150 years returned to a Dorset regatta.
Gary ‘Ted’ Sargent from Dublin is on a quest to single-handedly sail a 13-foot dinghy around the entire coastline of Ireland for charity.
The first point of contention is that in the rates they have announced, you will see a huge jump between an 11.9 metre boat and a 12.1 metre boat, says…
Macduff lifeboat crew were paged at 2.35am to assist a single-handed sailor whose sail had got caught around his yacht's rudder.
Nine people have been rescued off the coast of Shetland after their yacht caught fire.
'Thus far 2016 is proving to be particularly deadly. Some 2,510 lives have been lost so far, compared to 1,855 in the same period in 2015 and 57 in the…
A man has been found guilty of marine licensing offences after unlawfully taking tin ingots worth more than £50,000 from a shipwreck off the coast of Cornwall.
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A team of 38 veterans are setting sail on a 2,000-mile tall ship voyage around the British Isles for the Turn to Starboard challenge.
New maritime enforcement powers will allow Border Force officers to stop vessels and arrest anyone they suspect has broken immigration law.
Five sets of family tickets (2 adults and up to three children) are up for grabs for the medal race day at the Sailing World Cup, Weymouth & Portland on…
One of the three crew suffered a head injury when the catamaran fishing vessel collided with an offshore wind farm turbine.
Belgium still a risk for UK boaters using red diesel, warns the Royal Yachting Association
The UK is testing elements of its response to an oil spill incident today and tomorrow by running an equipment exercise on St Mary's in the Isles of Scilly.
A murder suspect and 17 suspected Albanian migrants were arrested after a catamaran was detained at Chichester Marina.
Previously the most the 30-year-old had ever sailed single-handed was for an hour on the River Mersey.
A sailor who died after his Drascombe Lugger capsized in a "fierce squall" off the Moray coast has been named.
It marks 54-year-old Donna Lange's second solo trip around the world in her 28 foot Southern Cross yacht.
Not entirely sure if he has what it takes to become a competitive sailor, Dave issues a treatise on the distinctive apparel, native cunning and persuasiveness of the racing breed
From 14-22 May, sailing clubs and centres are inviting their local communities to get out on the water at free or low cost ‘have a go’ taster sessions