Some restorations become the pride of a nation, while others become expensive embarassments – how does that happen? We find out, plus used boat reviews…
A fortnight after rescuing two Irish rowers, merchant vessel Hispania Spirit, has picked up another pair caught out in the Atlantic Rowing Race.
A new online atlas has been launched at the Coastal Futures 2006 conference
Hundreds of people attended the funeral yesterday of a fisherman who died off the County Down coast.
The RNLI is appealing for items of jewellery, medals, and small objêts d'art to help fund its work in 2006.
The US navy has captured a crew of suspected pirates off the coast of Somalia
An anonymous antiques collector plans to donate rare documents
The rear commodore of the Royal Norfolk and Suffolk Yacht Club has become PBO's 20,000th subscriber
World Cruising are to launch 'World ARC', a circumnavigation that will take 20 months.
A 23-year-old sail trainer from Middlesbrough has won the prestigious RYA Yachtmaster of the Year award.
A man has died after falling from his boat in Newport Docks, South Wales.
Eight marinas - three British and five French - announced their partnership today at the London Boat Show.
PBO's writers were in spotlight yesterday when Jake Kavanagh and Ian Hardy entertained Boat Show visitors on the newly founded IPC Stage.
A family from Devon have won the Fours class in the Atlantic Rowing Race
Chichester Harbour Conservancy are asking boat owners to take care when using a tender.
Carrickfergus marina in Co. Antrim has won a 5 Gold Anchor award
A Hampshire man's bid to circumnavigate Antartica has ended 30 hours after he set off
Will has to cut free the spinnaker during a nasty broach on the penultimate leg from Brighton to Ramsgate
The family wind down by visiting the pier, beach and electric train.
Yanita suffers engine problems and the PBO forum comes to the rescue!
The family head back across the Channel and take a look around Cowes