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Poorly-marked lobster pots and fishing gear are the most difficult and unpredictable hazard facing coastal cruising people, warns the Cruising Association
Technological advances in onboard systems can inspire awe – or something else entirely, says PBO columnist Dave Selby
Police are especially seeking any video or photographs taken of the coastal area around Gwbert on Saturday morning as they may have captured him sailing.
Entries are open once again for the 2018 Golden Globe Race with no current waiting list
Your comprehensive annual berthing guide to 272 coastal marinas around the United Kingdom, Channel Islands, Shetland Islands and the Republic of Ireland
The Marine Accident Investigation Branch has published its report into two fatal accidents in the 2015-16 edition of the Clipper Round the World Yacht Race.
The biggest and best boat jumble the south is returning to Beaulieu for its 40th year, with hundreds of stalls selling new and used kit, clothes and craft.
The yachtsman had fallen approximately 10 feet from the mast and had landed on to another crew member
In celebration of PBO’s golden year we’re offering aquapac dry bags to 50 lucky readers.
Stephen 'Sparky' Park has been presented with a boats.com/YJA Special Award for services to the sport of sailing.
Flettner rotor sails will be installed and trialled on board a Maersk Tankers-owned vessel, marking the first installation of wind-powered energy technology on a product tanker vessel.
Dorset Police, MDL Marina and Ramora UK have joined forces to hold a family Sea Safety Day and Flare Amnesty on Easter Saturday.
Lisa Blair has been forced to end her record-breaking attempt to be the first woman to circumnavigate Antarctica solo and unassisted after being dismasted.
The new Head of Maritime Operations, Julie-Anne Wood, has made history as the first woman to achieve this rank in the history of Her Majesty’s Coastguard.
A new study into the UK’s offshore wind resource has revealed that variability in wind speeds is significantly lower than previously understood.
AIS devices will be integrated into all lifejackets for the first time during the Clipper 2017-18 Race.
"Familiarity breeds contempt and contempt is your enemy with all things to do with the sea"-Lessons learned from boating accidents in new MAIB Safety Digest
The double Olympic medallist, America’s Cup sailor and Volvo Ocean Race-winning skipper will take over from John Derbyshire, who will retire later this year.
According to new research, 3.5million people participated in one or more of 12 core boating activities in 2016, the highest volume recorded since 2009