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‘Flames were licking out of the companionway’: yachtsman watched his beloved boat burn following two-year restoration
Windsurfer Nick Dempsey’s gold medal quest stayed on track after another impressive display in Rio yesterday.
If you’re simultaneously a bit shallow yet out of your depth when it comes to echo-sounders, a cup of tea can confer great dividends
The UK Coastguard has issued safety advice for leisure boaters after five people were rescued as their boat sank under them, off the south west coast of Scotland.
A small team of salvors are being put on board the semi-submersible oil rig, which grounded on the Isle of Lewis, as part of the ongoing operation to remove it.
Lessons learned from a carbon monoxide boating tragedy on the Norfolk Broads, which killed a couple and their dog
Nick Dempsey enjoyed an almost perfect start to his Rio 2016 Olympic Sailing Regatta ending day one in pole position in the RS:X Men’s windsurfing yesterday.
In the September 2016 issue of Practical Boat Owner...
Dick Everitt explains how you can get a little lift from the tide
A drilling rig has run aground on the Isle of Lewis in the Outer Hebrides of Scotland after being hit by severe storms in the early hours of this morning.
Boat owner Chris Browne is appealing for information after a hit-and-run vessel caused £8,000-worth of damage to his Bavaria 38 yacht.
The 2016 Olympic Games officially starts today in Rio with the opening ceremony at the Maracana Stadium - the sailing regatta will get under way on Monday.
The Magenta Project, the largest international network of top female sailors, is launching at Aberdeen Asset Management Cowes Week.
A dismasted yacht was rescued by the independent Caister Lifeboat charity service off the coast of Norfolk.
A call-out to assist a yacht with engine failure quickly escalated to a medical emergency for the Eastbourne’s all-weather lifeboat crew.
A 30ft Dutch yacht with a broken rudder was rescued in treacherous conditions just west of the notorious Shingles Bank off the Needles Rocks, Isle of Wight.
The flag needed to be bright and vibrant so that boats easily spot when Free Flow is in operation and also the general public can cross the lock on foot.
The annual blessing of the boats took place today in Alderney's Little Crabby harbour, Braye, reports Chris Rees.
Simple step-by-step chartwork can show us when we’ll need to tack to clear a headland, says Dick Everitt.