The government is asking the public if 41 sites in English seas should be protected as Marine Conservation Zones. Zones are deemed as places of great importance to ocean health and marine species which have little [...]
Day 16 – Dateline: 16 July 2018 Lanzarote Canaries Philippe Péché (above) and his Rustler 36 PRB is being pushed hard by Mark Slats (Ophen Maverick) as the Golden Globe Race fleet enjoy glorious trade wind [...]
The UK Marine Accident Investigation Branch (MAIB) has issued an industrywide safety warning after faults were discovered in RIBER throw bag rescue lines during a safety drill. The 15-m polypropylene line parted when it [...]
Barcelona says goodbye to its visiting legends of the sea as the 11th Puig Vela Clàssica finishes. Halloween, Guia, Argos, Peter and Marigan are proclaimed winners. More than 40 boats from seven countries competed over [...]
Marine mammals such as beluga, bowhead whales and narwhals will be at risk as shipping increases through their Arctic habitats – made possible by the shrinking sea ice, a new study has found. The study, [...]
Transport Minister Nusrat Ghani is urging maritime charities across the UK to enter this year’s Rescue Boat Grant Fund competition, which she launched at Shepperton Marina yesterday (10 July 2018). Apply for an Inshore and [...]
Neil Payter, his boat, Solent 1, is a 33ft Yamaha, with a small added bowsprit for the reaching sail John Clarke, the Principal of Team Sailing, interviews Neil Payter RYA Yachtmaster instructor, [...]
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