For the first time in the UK, artefacts including cannons are being forensically marked underwater on some of the 57 Protected Wreck Sites in English waters which have the highest…
All six seagrass beds in Torbay, Devon are now marked out for protection by the Ocean Conservation Trust's Blue Meadows Project.
The elation of Poole Harbour’s male Osprey’s safe return home from Africa on Sunday morning was soon dashed by late afternoon when news of the oil spill was announced –…
University of Brighton researchers are launching a Citizen Science project with the goal of “evidencing pollution in Chichester and Langstone harbours.”
From 31 March 2023, anyone caught driving jet skis, speed boats and other recreational and personal watercraft dangerously could face up to two years in prison and an unlimited fine
The wreck of one of the most famous ships of the 17th century - which sank 340 years ago - has been discovered off the coast of Norfolk.
Described by Vogue magazine as one of the coolest seaside resorts in Britain, this seaside town nestled along the south east coastline is enjoying a new lease of life following…
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
The Neart na Gaoithe wind farm off the coast of Fife has been given the go ahead after a long running legal battle with wildlife campaigners
From today (23 October), three new codes of practice have been introduced to improve safety for everyone in the fishing industry
The UK Coastguard has released a video of the rescue of a young tombstoner in Flamborough, Yorkshire as a warning to others. It comes as parts of the UK prepare…
The RYA says it has received only 85 reports since it launched its online fishing entanglement form and more is needed if the Government is to take action
The Turn to Starboard Round Britain Challenge crew endured rough weather and broken gear during their eight week voyage
Torquay's coastal zoo, Living Coasts, is warning that anchoring in the protected eelgrass beds off Torbay could threaten the local seahorse population
"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.
The Met Office is celebrating 150 uninterrupted years of the Shipping Forecast, which is believed to be the longest-running continuous forecast in the world.
The Great British Beach Clean seeks thousands of volunteers
A shipwreck containing 15 cast iron English cannons off Chesil Beach, Dorset and a First World War U-boat off Whitby, North Yorkshire have been granted protection.
Britain's future flagship HMS Queen Elizabeth sailed into her home port of Portsmouth for the first time today.
There are 12 sections of pipe overall, with four beached, and eight 'secured and under control' off the East Anglian coastline, with guard vessels in attendance.