‘Wait for meeee...’
More than 240 boats and 1,200 people from 36 nations are taking part in this year's ARC
New Wildlife Trusts' report identifies 17 important ‘megafauna hotspots’ around UK shores
The bodged break-in marks the second burglary attempt in six weeks
The rescue operation was complicated by the collapsed rigging hanging over the side of the boat
Work is underway to awaken 'Scotland's sleeping giant'
"We don't want to spoil the fun but sometimes people are tempted to use up their out-of-date flares on Bonfire Night"
Sharon Went Alleyne and Arthur Alleyne are now 'on land' in St Lucia
The 2014 phases are nearing completion, ready for a winter settlement period
Relatives appeal for help from boaters to locate Sharon Went Alleyne and Arthur Alleyne
Have your say on what the future of Cowes Harbour should look like...
More than 30,000 people took to the water for the first Bart’s Bash
‘Maintaining the status quo is not an option', says Guernsey Harbours director
...at Grassholm, Skokholm and Skomer Islands in Pembrokeshire, Bardsey Island and the Aberdaron Coast in Gwynedd
The invasive specied can affect freshwater ecosystems, block water pipes and smother boats' hulls
Concern for missing sailor Jeffrey Hewitt after his new boat washed up near Lyme Regis
'Age has nothing to do with it. I am fitter than most', says the 75-year-old British sailing star
The yacht's forestay had snapped leaving the yacht in a precarious situation near Southsea seafront
Batten down the hatches...60 to 70 mph gusts are forecast in some exposed coastal areas
Trinity House announces plans for a new visitor attraction, to open by Easter 2015