RIB driver Morgan George Smith, 21, of Northampton is now serving a three-year jail sentence for gross negligence manslaughter
To mark 200 years of the RNLI in 2024, sailing clubs across the UK and Ireland are being asked to raise money through the All Hands on Deck campaign
A man and two children have been rescued off the Dorset coast after the motor of their RIB caught fire, causing the boat to sink
RNLI call outs to broken down motorboats and sailing vessels are on the rise, prompting the charity to launch its Mayday Mile fundraiser
Steve Hodges hatches a proposal plan with the RNLI Eastbourne Lifeboat crew, hoping they don’t get a shout and that his girlfriend knows her flags
New guidelines have been issued on how to use water facilities safety in marinas, boatyards, sailing centres, canals and other inland waterways.
The new floating boat house for Poole RNLI is already being built. It will be installed once work on the Old Poole lifting bridge is finished
After being thwarted last year, British yachtswoman, Jeanne Socrates, has suffered further disappointment after falling from a ladder just days before a new record attempt
"People in charge of high powered craft should use their kill cords"... a 4m RIB was careering around in the sea off Penbryn beach with no one on board.
Both Barmouth RNLI lifeboats were launched when a 34ft yacht broke it’s moorings and ended up caught in Barmouth bridge.
The yachtsman, en route from Great Orme Head to the Mull of Galloway, could see that he was about 10 miles from the coast but could not say exactly where.
A family of four and their Labrador dog were rescued by Lyme Regis lifeboat crew, after their yacht was swamped by waves and sank at Charlton Bay.
Bembridge RNLI volunteer crew welcomed Olympian and RNLI ambassador Sir Ben Ainslie, along with Land Rover BAR sailing team manager, Jono Macbeth, on board their lifeboat, as they transported themto…
Ballycotton RNLI launched their all-weather lifeboat following the report of an EPIRB activation, approximately 60 miles off the Cork coast.
"The very high tide also leads to a very low tide at low water. Both skippers did the right thing and called for help sooner rather than later..."
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 Yarmouth RNLI all-weather lifeboat assisted a yacht that was unable to move after fouling its propeller on unmarked lobster pot gear.
A yachtsman who ran aground off the West Sussex coast felt 'confused and groggy' following a single-handed journey from Falmouth, bound for Brighton Marina.
The bodies of two men have been recovered following a rescue operation launched off the south west coast of Scotland.
"The sailor wanted to stay and fix the leak": RNLI crew advised the boat owner of the "very old" wooden yacht not to take to the sea in the same…