This month we concentrate on small boats in a big way, plus 30 pages of practical content and some great ideas for getting your children…
One of the forthcoming Golden Globe Race's four Australian entrants Shane Freeman is on his way to the starting line and is soon to round Cape Horn.
Going aloft to the masthead can be tricky at the best of times on a calm day in a marina – and even more so at sea. In our November…
The Coastguard's new AW189 helicopter and trial Jetstream aircraft came through their ‘water baptism’ yesterday after participating in ‘Exercise Top Cover’
Following the successful first edition ARC Channel Islands last summer, World Cruising Club are pleased to announce that entries are now open for ARC Channel Islands 2017.
This just in: all the nice girls might not love a sailor after all
Tech should be at our beck and call... Editor David Pugh welcomes you to the latest issue of Practical Boat Owner magazine.
Award-winning yachting cartoonist Mike Peyton has died at the age of 96.
In the March 2017 issue of Practical Boat Owner...
'This announcement will go down as one of the defining moments in America’s Cup history. It’s great for fans, athletes, and commercially – a win win for everyone.' said Jimmy…
DONG Energy is holding extra consultation events in Norfolk in March, in response to community interest in the proposed Hornsea Project Three offshore wind farm.
Two jetskiers who ran amok in Portsmouth Harbour have been fined for their actions – which included delaying the departure of a ferry.
Your chance to find out more about six new Marine Conservation Zones proposed for the South and South West of England
Next month, the Marine Management Organisation will launch the next step in the development of marine plans for the NE, NW, SE and SW of England.
Two days after finishing second in the Vendée Globe, British skipper Alex Thomson has confirmed that he intends to do the race again in 2020.
A 10-metre yacht, the Joie de Vivre, was rescued after sustaining steering gear and other damage when it struck an underwater object off Llandudno's Little Orme headland.
British yachtsman Alex Thomson has taken the runner-up spot in the Vendée Globe to become the solo round-the-world race's second-fastest sailor ever.
Steve Sleight was an author, broadcaster, sailor and boat builder with an infectious enthusiasm and a passion for the very latest “bleeding edge” technologies, writes Rupert Holmes.
French sailor Armel Le Cléac'h has today won the Vendée Globe, setting a new record for the solo non-stop round the world race in the process.
storm force winds rattled through the islands during January causing damage to sea defences particularly along Guernsey’s North West coastline, writes John Frankland.
With 40nm separating Vendée Globe leader Armel Le Cléac'h from Alex Thomson and 350nm left to the finishing line, victory in the solo round-the-world race now comes down to one…