A Mayday call was made from a single-handed 9m yacht that was taking on water seven miles north-west of St Agnes, Cornwall.
The BM39 yacht Noah was taking on significant volumes of water, the source of which could not be identified.
Two Royal Navy ships, three helicopters, a fishing vessel and the Peel RNLI lifeboat responded to a Mayday call from a sinking boat off the Isle of Man in the…
A motor cruiser sank after running aground on rocks at Puffin Island off the eastern tip of Anglesey, Wales.
Two people were rescued and a sinking yacht saved off the Jurassic Coast of Dorset this morning.
Two people rescued off the Kent coast after making a Mayday call have been arrested on suspicion of people smuggling.
A Mayday call from a sinking yacht with a lone sailor on board sparked an Easter Sunday call out for three lifeboat crews.
Cornelis van Rietschoten tells PBO “Another 10 minutes and I would have been unconscious”
Angle RNLI volunteers responded to a Mayday call in the early hours of yesterday morning and rescued five crew from a sinking fishing boat off the Pembrokeshire coast.
Solo sailor Emmanuel Wattecamps dramatic leap to safety with his pet cat from his stricken yacht was captured on video.
"Just about everything I owned is now at the bottom of the North Sea" says yachtsman Julian Mustoe.
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…
A yacht that crossed the Atlantic after being abandoned more than a year ago has been sunk just as its owner made a last dash to retrieve it.
A yachtsman and his cat who were rescued off the West Australian coast by a container ship have been reunited following medical treatment.
A lone yachtsman was rescued by Kinghorn RNLI Lifeboat crew after he ran aground on rocks south of Inchkeith Island, in the Firth of Forth, Scotland.
Andrew Ashman, from Orpington, Kent did not regain consciousness after being injured while reefing the mainsail, approximately 120 nautical miles off the Portuguese coast.
A yacht made a Mayday call after losing power and getting caught in the tide off Carnac Point, Inverness.
The cruiser's sail was blowing dangerously out of control in rough weather conditions.
Seven people were rescued from the water after their yacht sank following a collision in the Solent.
A hoax Mayday call led to the launching of Hoylake’s RNLI lifeboat in gale force winds and rough seas.