The Marine Accident Investigation Branch has published a safety investigation report into the collision between Saga Sky and Stema Barge II during heavy weather in the English Channel
The Coastguard asked for the Stornoway and Leverburgh RNLI to assist with a cargo vessel that suffered engine failure off the Isle of Lewis
Stormy seas are causing a dangerous situation for crews trying to tow a disabled cargo ship to safety off the coast of Newfoundland
The captain of a Dutch motor vessel that ran aground at Rathlin Island in Northern Ireland has been fined £1,000 at Armagh Magistrate’s Court after pleading guilty to failing to keep a proper look out.
An investigation into the death of the Port of London Authority sea pilot reveals his blood contained 122mg of alcohol per 100ml of blood on the day the accident
The Islay Trader, which was carrying a cargo of broken glass, ran aground near Margate Harbour in Kent before being re-floated
The UK's Department of Transport is warning that more needs to be done to address cyber security in the maritime industry
An investigation is underway after the Mali Rose freight ship collided with a trawler and small yacht while entering Penzance harbour in Cornwall
Lloyd's Register has announced it is joining the project to build the world's biggest sailing cargo ship - Quadriga
The owners of the Kaye E. Barker said "unexpected and strong currents" were to blame for the incident at downtown Green Bay, Wisconsin
The Marine Accident Investigation Branch (MAIB) has issued a safety warning following an investigation into the explosion on the Manhattan Bridge, which left one man dead and another treated for burns
The skipper of the Tres Hombres had to ask for help to be towed into the river Tyne after the ship's motor launch broke down, leaving one of the world's only engineless cargo ships stranded
Pioneering Spirit, which is designed for lifting and removing large oil and gas platforms and installing pipelines, has been carrying a 40-year-old oil rig to the recycling yard in Teeside. Watch it in operation
MOL Triumph - the world's largest container ship - is expected to set off on her maiden voyage from Xingang, China next month
Lithuanian captain Eugenijus Tulauskas was found to be up to four times over the maritime limit on board the ship in Belfast
Seabourn Encore is being repaired whilst continuing its itinerary after the luxury cruise ship broke free from its moorings and hit the Milburn Carrier II
Rescue helicopters, the Ramsgate lifeboat, a Dutch search and rescue helicopter and several merchant vessels helped in the operation off the Kent coast
From boating hacks and sailing chickens to disastrous attempts to moor and encounters with sharks, YBW looks back at the videos you viewed the most on our website in 2016
The bulk carrier, V Due, has docked in Liverpool after a fire in one of the vessel's cargo holds. So far, there have been no reports of pollution.
It is 50 years ago today that the crew of the Greek cargo ship, Nafsiporos gave up all hope in hurricane conditions off Anglesey. That was until RNLI crews came to their aid.