It is one of the largest bequests ever received by the RNLI and one of the most unusual.
The family of a Dorset couple left devastated when their boat was destroyed in an arson attack have launched a fundraising appeal.
Haslar Marina in Portsmouth Harbour has teamed up with The Green Blue to run an initiative that aims to reduce the risk of boaters spreading invasive species...
The RYA believes that in most cases MCZs can be achieved without any adverse effect on either the public right or the safety of navigation for recreational boating.
Planning permission has been granted for the Swansea Bay Tidal Lagoon, the world’s first tidal lagoon power plant.
Firefighters the Coastguard and RNLI attended when a 35ft boat went up in flames on the River Frome.
"This survey can be a valuable tool for future interventions. Besides using the data to argue the Schengen issue and the new fees in various countries, it could be used…
A sailor was rescued from mud up to his shoulders at Queenborough, Isle of Sheppey, after running aground and attempting to lay out a kedge anchor.
Seven people were rescued from the water after their yacht sank following a collision in the Solent.
The Northern Boat Show has begun on Liverpool Waterfront as part of the International Mersey River Festival.
More than 95,000 bookings have been made for the Amercia's Cup World Series, Portsmouth event.
Update on the use of "marked" red diesel in private pleasure craft
Police are trying to trace the crew of a boat seen at Mudeford Quay who they believe may have vital information about a 'non-suspicious death'.
UKSA, the official charity of Cowes Week, has fulfilled its pledge to give all year six pupils on the Isle of Wight the opportunity to experience sailing.
The Rampion project is set to become the first offshore wind farm off the south coast of England.
The International Sailing Federation (ISAF) is to campaign for Disabled Sailing's inclusion in the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games and has appointed VERO Communications to advise and support its campaign.
Inspirational disabled teenager Natasha Lambert has completed her voyage from the Isle of Wight to London using sip-puff technology.
The body of a man who went missing in a homemade boat, off the Isle of Lewis in the Outer Hebrides, has been found.
Disabled teenage sailor, Natasha Lambert, is en route to London for her latest daring charity challenge.
Coastguards are currently coordinating the search for a man who is missing off Broad Bay, Isle of Lewis in the Outer Hebrides.