Launched today, the BoatCOSafe campaign is asking parliament to make CO alarms mandatory on inland waterways
A trial by the RNLI to encourage more people to use lifejackets when they go out on their tenders is now being expanding over the summer
The Marine Accident Investigation Branch has issued new boat safety advice following an investigation into a crash between two RIBS in the Firth of Forth
Icom UK have worked with the RNLI to create the ‘Emergency VHF Radio Calling Procedure’ stickers. These useful stickers provide a prompt of the procedures a radio user would go through to make a VHF call. The stickers will be distributed with Icom Marine radios as well as being available…
An immediate product recall has been issued for Novacomet branded BP1803 LPG regulators manufactured between June 2006 and September 2015.
Dungeness RNLI is urging sailors to be properly equipped for the weather conditions after it rescued two people from a yacht which had blown out sails and no fuel.
The Marine Accident Investigation Branch has found that "unnecessarily hazardous working practices" and "multiple safety related deficiencies" on the Aquarius led to the fisherman's death.
The joint operation between the Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) and Police Scotland found a number of fishing boats which didn't meet acceptable safety standards.
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.
The National Park has decided against the MAIB's recommendation to implement the boat safety scheme.
The RNLI has launched a fishing safety campaign aimed at commercial fishermen to prevent injuries and death in deck machinery accidents.
Five children and two adults were forced to jump into the River Thames during a boat fire in Abingdon Marina, Oxfordshire.
Marine surveyor Tony Skeats talks through the dangers of carbon monoxide poisoning and how you can protect yourself and your crew