A decision from the Court of Justice of the European Union could end the use of red diesel for private pleasure craft in the UK
The 2019 edition of the London Boat Show has been cancelled by British Marine because of a lack of support
Boaters have until 12 March to sign the Cruising Association's (CA) petition calling for a debate on the better marking of static fishing gear
There are now fears that sailors in Croatia will leave the country rather than pay the additional costs
The Cruising Association welcomed its 6,000 member at the show and celebrated by gifting them a bottle of champagne
The RYA is advising all sailors visiting Belgium that fines for having red diesel on board remain suspended
An emotional homecoming to the River Thames, where Dave’s sailing odyssey began...from his October 2017 PBO column and podcast
Yachtsman Peter Howell, who sails Sundowner, has contacted PBO to warn fellow readers of lock restrictions at the River Vilaine at Arzal, Southern Brittany
All boat owners MUST have the new DEPKA form by 26 September this year - and if they don’t, the new law states fines will be imposed, warns the CA
The announcement of the General Election on June 8 has meant the Government’s petition committee has had to be closed and the 5,715 signatures are now lost.
Poorly-marked lobster pots and fishing gear are the most difficult and unpredictable hazard facing coastal cruising people, warns the Cruising Association
A new taxation law affecting yachts in Greece still appears to be in a stalemate position with no forward movement since the law was confirmed in August.
The first point of contention is that in the rates they have announced, you will see a huge jump between an 11.9 metre boat and a 12.1 metre boat, says…
The Cruising Association has issued an Eastern Mediterranean overview, and urges sailors not to be deterred from these waters by the ongoing migrant crisis.
Peel Ports has published a Seaplane Operations Code of Practice for the Medway and Swale rivers in Kent.
Seaplanes are not a common sight on UK waterways, so many boat owners are concerned at how aircraft and boats mix safely, says the Cruising Association.
The Cruising Association is sad to announce that Tony Brett-Jones, a past President of the CA and, for many years, the Editor of the CA Handbook and Almanac died in…
Boaters in the Ionian Sea have reported aggressive guards patrolling the private island of Skorpios, warns the Cruising Association
Boaters who intend to sail to Corsica are being warned of a new and ‘incredibly expensive’ swinging anchoring tax in public waters – and the signs are that the tax…