Andrew Nathanson is an emergency physician at Rhode Island Hospital, USA, and a sailor. He talks to YBW about the most common sailing injuries and how to avoid them.
Volvo Ocean Race winner, Olympic medallist and Musto ambassador, Ian Walker, gives advice on how to get into sailing and why it is one of the best things you can…
Crewsaver has unveiled the new Euro 100N life jacket designed especially for children. The Supersafe 150N foam life jacket has also been relaunched.
Taking your boat abroad this summer? The RYA is encouraging boaters to make sure unwanted invasive species are not brought back to the UK.
A marine safety alert has been issued by the US Coast Guard after it found more than 60 life jackets which had to be destroyed during a recent inspection.
The Boat Safety Scheme is urging all boat owners to be aware of carbon monoxide safety advice, following the deaths of two people in Norfolk.
The Boating Safety Mobile app aims to help boaters make sure their vessel is seaworthy. It also has an "Emergency Assistance" button.
As sailors and boaters, we have a responsibility to treat the environment with respect. Following these guidelines is good environmental practice for any sailor.
The MS Tûranor PlanetSolar catamaran is on its way to Paris – using only the power of the sun – where it will be used as a centrepiece for the…
A marine technology group has begun a crowd funding campaign for an on board data sharing device that will allow users to connect to mobile devices and the cloud.
Winterising your craft might be time consuming but it's necessary to keep her protected during the cold season. We've put together a list of guidelines and asked surveyor and former…
There’s a lot to consider when buying a boat in Europe. In the first of our four-part feature, we explain how to go about finding a reputable seller and what…
Marine surveyor Tony Skeats talks through the dangers of carbon monoxide poisoning and how you can protect yourself and your crew
Kitting your boat out with the full safety rig isn't cheap, but for the peace of mind that you and your family are safe at sea, it’s worth every penny…
You’re ready to slip the lines, the engine’s ticking, lifejackets are on, and breakables are stowed, but are you really prepared for cruising abroad?
Faced with petrol or diesel, be realistic. Diesel engines have a reputation for greater reliability and safety, and at present for far cheaper fuel costs
What are the advantages and disadvantages of the various kinds of engine installation and which is best suited to your boating needs?
We outline the kit you should carry and the safety measures you should take to ensure you can cruise without concern
It doesn’t have to cost the earth to learn to sail – we’ve worked out three plans for different budgets
Getting into sailing is not only great fun, but this exciting hobby also acts as good exercise, depending on what boat you’re in