RYA reminds boating community to remain vigilant and to avoid navigating through waters in which pirates are known to operate
Zara Roberts from Scarborough has been awarded the RYA Yachtmaster of the Year 2016 for her exceptional performance across all aspects of the examination.
The RYA Sail for Gold Roadshow is back to celebrate the Paralympic Games and will be heading to Alton Watersports Centre in Ipswich on Saturday 17 September. The Paralympic sailing…
The inaugural ARC Channel Islands rally has successfully created a channel-crossing community, says its World Cruising Club organisers.
A Day Skipper Practical course gives PBO news editor Laura Hodgetts first-hand insights into man overboard recovery, mooring alongside under power, passage planning and much more
The Royal Yachting Association will be hitting the road from Sunday to celebrate Britain's Olympic sailing medal contenders with a series of Sail for Gold Roadshow events.
Until the UK formally leaves the EU, we still have a legal obligation to comply with EU law and the invasive alien species regulations remain in force.
British Marine will represent industry concerns to Government throughout this transitional period.
Following the recent success of Push the Boat Out, the RYA is offering a whole summer of sailing with even more opportunities for everyone to get afloat.
DONG Energy is adding 32 more turbines to the existing 25 at Burbo Bank in Liverpool Bay, in an extension project reported to be worth £450million.
Belgium still a risk for UK boaters using red diesel, warns the Royal Yachting Association
From 14-22 May, sailing clubs and centres are inviting their local communities to get out on the water at free or low cost ‘have a go’ taster sessions
With public opinion closely divided ahead of the ‘Brexit’ referendum on whether or not the United Kingdom should remain part of the European Union, we look at what it could…
The results of a survey to investigate the causes of kill cord and kill switch failure and the results have been published.
Plans to generate energy from Swansea Bay lagoon face further delay as UK energy minister announces a six-month review of the sector.
Europe’s longest chalk reef – the Cromer Shoals in Norfolk – is among the 23 latest areas to gain protected status
Following medical tests, it has been confirmed that the British Sailing Team’s 470 Olympic campaigner Elliot Willis has unfortunately been diagnosed with bowel cancer.
University sailing clubs from across the UK are taking part in the first ever University Sailing Sustainability Challenge, set up by The Green Blue
Navitus Bay developers decide not to challenge the decision to refuse consent for the South Coast offshore wind farm
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.