An estimated 30,0000 people are expected at the inaugural P1 Scottish Grand Prix of the Sea in Greenock, west central Lowlands of Scotland on 18 and 19 June. The event,…
The drugs were offloaded from a US Coast Guard cutter earlier this week, following seizures off the coast of Central and South America.
Work has started on a multi million pound scheme to install 32 turbines at the Prestayn wind farm in Liverpool Bay, quadrupling the size of the facility.
The couple remain in a stable condition in hospital after their yacht hit power lines on the Isle of Harris, Western Isles in Scotland.
The Metropolitan Police are hunting convicted child sex offender Michael Crabb who could be using the British canal network to evade capture.
The Marine Accident Investigation Branch is now investigating the circumstances that led to a commercial fishermen going overboard in the English Channel.
An investigation has been launched into the cause of the fire, which severely damaged the chandlery at the Deacons Marina and Boatyard overnight.
The Yarmouth RNLI lifeboat was called out twice in 12 hours to assist the solo skipper of the Wallybird II in the western Solent.
Two men in their 20s have been charged after Sussex Police discovered the cannabis on board a yacht at Sovereign Harbour, Eastbourne.
Thomas Coville has become the fastest solo skipper in the world, travelling 713.8 nautical miles in 24 hours. Watch the video here.
Jamie Kerr, 25, died on the Carol Anne when the crane fitted to the workboat collapsed. The MAIB has now released its report into the incident.
The two fishermen were found in their life raft following the sinking of their vessel off the Beara Peninsula, southern Ireland.
After coming third in the inaugural 2016 New York-Vendée, Alex Thomson says he is now in a "fantastic position" ahead of the start of the Vendée Globe.
In an effort to gauge the health of the waterway ecosystem, the Canal & River Trust wants boaters to report sightings of herons.
The Moelfre RNLI Inshore Lifeboat crew was called out after the inflatable partially capsized off Red Wharf Bay in Anglesey, North Wales.
The RNLI is warning all skippers to study charts and stay within navigational channels after the cruiser grounded on rocks at Lough Derg in Ireland.
Hendrik Brugmans and Raymond Aalders were sentenced to more than 34 years in prison after admitting carrying nearly a tonne of cocaine across the Atlantic in their yacht.
An RNLI crew was called out to assist the skipper, who misjudged the channel at Barmouth in north-west Wales and became stuck.
The design of the dazzle ship, MV Fingal was created by the Turner Prize-nominated artist, Ciara Phillips as part of centenary commemorations.
The skipper and eight crew were forced to abandon the yacht after it caught fire off the coast of Shetland, Scotland. Watch the dramatic footage below.