On sale now - the August issue of PBO – read all about the influential twin asymmetric daggerboard design that never quite received the recognition…
Telltales: how they work, how to use them to steer a close-hauled course and how to interpret their behaviour
Solo sailor Emmanuel Wattecamps dramatic leap to safety with his pet cat from his stricken yacht was captured on video.
Navitus Bay developers decide not to challenge the decision to refuse consent for the South Coast offshore wind farm
Being the only time this event will take place in the UK, Poole will act as representative to the international maritime community...
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The Met Office and Met Eireann have announced the list of storm names chosen by the public for autumn and winter 2015/16.
A skipper whose vessel had lost its rudder off the Isles of Scilly was rescued following an intensive search.
"Just about everything I owned is now at the bottom of the North Sea" says yachtsman Julian Mustoe.
Teenage disabled sailor Natasha Lambert has been presented with a British Empire medal, awarded for her fundraising in the community
The diversity of British sailing talent has been acknowledged in the 2015 ISAF Rolex World Sailor of the Year shortlist, with five British contenders in the running...
The 13m yacht Melina of Fleet which hit the Roustel beacon in Guernsey’s Little Russel channel and sank within minutes will remain on the seabed until salvage negotiations are completed…
Disabled yachtsman Keith White will be attempting to circumnavigate the globe non-stop and unassisted for charity
Historic England is taking steps to protect and investigate a shipwreck in Hampshire that is believed to be the second of four 'great ships' built for Henry V's royal fleet.
Boat owners whose yachts are not registered in the European Union, are able to stay in Greece for longer than six months following a campaign against a new law.
Scotland’s Boat Show 2015 at Kip Marina, Inverclyde broke every previous attendance record, attracting more than 16,000 visitors.
The UK's third largest boat show is under way at Kip Marina with free expert talks and demonstrations and a chance to win PBO's fully-restored Project Boat.
The surveys are designed to better understand the current use of antifouling paints by DIY users, and to raise their awareness over the possibility that authorities may decide to restrict…
Plans to build the world’s first ever tidal lagoon power plant rescheduled
Antifouling paint product regulations set to change significantly over the next few years
Dave Selby describes the tortuous boat-handling processes which led to him being rear-ended by a pontoon