Offshore sailor Mike Golding follows in the footsteps of Sir Robin Knox-Johnston at the Little Ship Club in London
A large safe, which stopped a 45-tonne work boat in its tracks, has been discovered at the bottom of the Regent's Canal in London
Users of the River Thames can now download a free Tidal Thames app to keep up to date with navigational information
Organisers of the 47th Rolex Fastnet Race saw record breaking take up, with the 340-boat limit reached in just 4 minutes and 24 seconds
A man caught speeding past the Houses of Parliament in a speedboat has been fined £3,000 and ordered to pay £1,800 in costs.
A 20-foot river cruiser has been destroyed after a fire broke out onboard. The vessel was moored on the Regent's Canal in Hackney, London.
The crew of the work boat, Alison, were rescued after the vessel sank off Tower Pier on the River Thames as a result of a collision with a passenger vessel.
After spending seven months restoring the narrowboat, Dylan Stockli and Jahne Cleaver watched helplessly as their home sank in the Regent's Canal in London
The luxurious multi million pound houseboat - II Nauti Buoys - is moored on the River Thames at Wandsworth and boasts spacious living over two decks.
The four rowers were rescued by the RNLI when their boat crashed and capsized on the Thames.
Next month, the Canal and River Trust is launching its national programme of free open days to give the public a peek behind the scenes of Britain's waterways.
London firefighters spent more than nine hours trying to rescue The Wyndham after the party boat began sinking on the River Thames.
The seal was rescued by the RSPCA and the Fire Brigade after being hit by a boat in Kew Gardens
The Canal & River Trust is conducting a new survey to try and find out who lives on boats moored in London and what their needs might be.
Ex-Whitbread Round the World sailor and Duran Duran frontman Simon Le Bon will be officially starting the Blue Marine Foundation's London to Monaco Bike Ride on 18 September.
The Port of London Authority has now started an investigation after the luxury charter boat, Erasmus, hit a riverside wall on the River Thames.
The HMS President Preservation Trust has launched a final appeal to save London's last remaining World War One ship after it was refused lottery funding.
The Wellesley hotel in Knightsbridge has unveiled its latest rooms - luxurious cabins on its Art Deco superyacht. Explore pictures of the 56 metre vessel.
LMAX Exchange has been confirmed as the overall winner of The Clipper Round the World Race. Watch the interviews and see the pictures of the fleet arriving back in London.
The brother of Andrew Ashman, the first sailor to ever die in the Clipper Round the World Race, will be on board IchorCoal on Saturday when the fleet returns to London.