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Happy 50th Birthday PBO... Editor David Pugh welcomes you to the latest issue of Practical Boat Owner magazine.
It is claimed that the island of Bornholm has more sunny days than anywhere else in Denmark. In summer the sun does certainly seem to shine constantly, and a high…
The berthing facility will see the creation of 36 finger-berth pontoons and a concrete floating breakwater, providing flexible short-stay capacity for boats of various sizes.
First man to sail the world solo Sir Robin Knox-Johnston talks about adventure in the information age and his battle with health and safety culture
Yachting photographer Eileen Ramsay died on 8 February at the grand old age of 101. Her family are holding a memorial service to celebrate her life and work
The skipper of a fishing boat has been convicted of trying to smuggle around a tonne of cocaine into the UK.
Two Voluntary Exclusion Zones on the Exe, at Exmouth Local Nature Reserve and Dawlish Warren National Nature Reserve have been proposed.
Nikki Henderson, 23, is set to make Clipper Race history after being selected as the youngest professional skipper to lead a team in the 40,000NM race
Beaulieu celebrates its ruby Boatjumble on Sunday 23 April, while PBO brings a golden line-up to the Ask the Experts marquee in honour of our 50th year
Captain Dara Fitzpatrick was recovered from the scene yesterday and flown to Mayo University hospital Castlebar where sadly she was pronounced dead.
In the May 2017 issue of Practical Boat Owner...
The Irish Coast Guard have confirmed that there has been an incident involving one of its Search and Rescue (SAR) Helicopters off the west coast of Ireland.
Invasive Species Week will be raising awareness of the importance of doing your bit to stop the spread of invasive plants and animals in British waters
Permission granted for eight three-bladed horizontal axis wind turbine generators
Boaty McBoatface is joining ocean scientists on an expedition to study some of the deepest and coldest abyssal ocean waters on earth and how they affect climate change.
The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) has embarked on the third and final tranche of the Marine Conservation Zone (MCZ) designation programme. The aim is to complete…
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