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.
Navitus Bay developers decide not to challenge the decision to refuse consent for the South Coast offshore wind farm
Being the only time this event will take place in the UK, Poole will act as representative to the international maritime community...
Historic England is taking steps to protect and investigate a shipwreck in Hampshire that is believed to be the second of four 'great ships' built for Henry V's royal fleet.
Plans to build the world’s first ever tidal lagoon power plant rescheduled
Missing sailor appeal after an upturned Hobie Cat was discovered by a merchant vessel off the Kent coast
RNLI crew found the casualties standing on their sinking boat up to their waists in water, clinging to the two masts.
Four horse sculptures that rise out of the water at low tide are providing a temporary hazard to navigation on the Thames
Results from a study of rocks beneath the UK North Sea show the potential for carbon dioxide CO2 storage in deep geological formations
The Department for Energy and Climate Change has announced its decision to refuse development consent for the proposed Navitus Bay wind farm on the South Coast of England.
'Had these artefacts been correctly reported, the finder would have been entitled to a substantial salvage award... Instead, he is facing a custodial sentence.'
All aboard for Europe’s largest outdoor boat show for the launch of a competition to win PBO's Snapdragon 23 Hantu Biru and a new ARC Channel Islands rally
A waterlogged, listing tanker was towed to safety after being in collision with a cargo vessel, approximately four miles off Peterhead.
The Port of Ramsgate has just completed the installation of a new pontoon system thanks to EU funding.
Westminster Dredging Company Limited has been ordered to pay £40,000 for breaching its marine licence by making unlicensed deposits of dredged material.
The new ALC will enable the production, maintenance and refit of the charity's all-weather lifeboat fleet under one roof for the first time in the organisation's 191-year history.
Two people were airlifted from a yacht that ran aground in the Humber Estuary.
The new home for Brighton Marina Yacht Club, one of the largest floating buildings in the UK, has been moved to its permanent moorings at the city’s marina.
The sailor, who has been named as transatlantic sailor Philip Walwyn, was in the midst of his 17th cross Atlantic sail when tragedy struck.
"Boats can still use Lydney Harbour but they are unable to stay in the outer tidal basin", says Environment Agency.