The RNLI and Coastguard were called to assist Santa in Porthcawl, after he fell from his sleigh and was found clinging to a green marker pole
A lottery grant of more than £400,000 will be used to search for sunken warships around the Welsh coast
The 80 tonne lock gate at Milford Marina in Milford Haven was ripped from its hinges by strong winds
RNLI volunteers at Port Talbot went to the aid of a grounded yacht three times in just over a week
St Davids RNLI and the UK Coastguard were deployed to assist a woman who had fallen onto rocks near Caerfai beach in Wales
A lone yachtsman, who had become disorientated after being caught in stormy weather, has been rescued off the coast of Wales
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An inquest has heard how experienced sailor, Arthur Taylor "succumbed to the effects of wind and water" after his boat capsized off Ceredigion in Wales
Passengers hoping to cruise from North Wales to the Isle of Man on board MV Balmoral have been left "disappointed" after the MCA stopped sailings
The skipper of a 30-foot dismasted yacht, which was struggling in 30 knot winds in the Bristol Channel, has been praised by Mumbles RNLI
Julie-Anne Wood has made history by becoming the first woman to achieve the rank of Head of Maritime Operations at the Maritime and Coastguard Agency
Nicholas Hodges admitted to failing to have proper control and navigation of his yacht in Cardiff Bay whilst drunk
Volunteers with Conwy RNLI were called out twice to help the vessel which had grounded on a large mud bank
Strong wind and swell caused the fishing boat to be swamped while returning to the slipway at Knab Rock, Mumbles..luckily a Coastguard 4x4 came to the rescue!
P1 SuperStock UK Championship - the UK powerboat racing series - will be visiting four countries this summer - Denmark, Scotland, Wales and England
The independent Ferryside Lifeboat is to receive funding for a new rescue hovercraft, believed to be the first of its kind in Wales
Passengers on board the Rosslare-Fishguard Stena Line ferry service have spent a night stranded in the Irish Sea after bad weather prevented the vessel from docking.
The coroner at the inquest into the deaths of Harvester crew, Gareth Willington and his son, Daniel, is calling for the wearing of lifejackets to be mandatory.
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.
Consultations are underway over plans to increase marine licensing fees in Wales next year. The move will mainly affect commercial operations such as dredging.