Scotland's Boat Show will once again this year provide visitors with the chance to get out on the water to try sailing and boating
The Cruising Association welcomed its 6,000 member at the show and celebrated by gifting them a bottle of champagne
The Golden Globe Race 2018 will now start from Les Sables d’Olonne in the Vendée, after event organisers failed to secure financial backing for a UK start
The RYA says it has received only 85 reports since it launched its online fishing entanglement form and more is needed if the Government is to take action
The Turn to Starboard Round Britain Challenge crew endured rough weather and broken gear during their eight week voyage
After being thwarted last year, British yachtswoman, Jeanne Socrates, has suffered further disappointment after falling from a ladder just days before a new record attempt
The advice comes after a French boat sent out multiple VHF DSC Distress alerts to the UK Coastguard which were unable to raise a response from the crew
Torquay's coastal zoo, Living Coasts, is warning that anchoring in the protected eelgrass beds off Torbay could threaten the local seahorse population
The RYA is advising all sailors visiting Belgium that fines for having red diesel on board remain suspended
The Round Britain '17 crew covered 2,206 nautical miles in 17 legs to complete their circumnavigation of the British Isles aboard the Ellen MacArthur Cancer Trust yacht, Moonspray
Over the next 12 months, Premier Marinas will be investing £11 million into their south coast facilities, including £7.5million on the redevelopment of Noss on Dart
An emotional homecoming to the River Thames, where Dave’s sailing odyssey began...from his October 2017 PBO column and podcast
"People in charge of high powered craft should use their kill cords"... a 4m RIB was careering around in the sea off Penbryn beach with no one on board.
The goal is to raise £85,000 for two dedicated collection points in Fareham and Lymington, to provide a free flare disposal service for up to 10 years.
The skipper of the Clipper Race yacht Greenings, David Hartshorn, has suffered a serious injury to his left hand which requires emergency medical attention.
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The Met Office is celebrating 150 uninterrupted years of the Shipping Forecast, which is believed to be the longest-running continuous forecast in the world.
Both Barmouth RNLI lifeboats were launched when a 34ft yacht broke it’s moorings and ended up caught in Barmouth bridge.
Boat owners, shipping companies and anyone who puts out to sea need to make sure they’re ready for the changeover of some VHF channel numbers used to contact UK Coastguard.…
The Great British Beach Clean seeks thousands of volunteers