21-year-old rower Mike Johnson lost his life when he went overboard from the Toby Wallace. A report by the MAIB has found safety standards and crew preparation were insufficient to deal with the risks faced
The crew of the work boat, Alison, were rescued after the vessel sank off Tower Pier on the River Thames as a result of a collision with a passenger vessel.
Investigators have concluded that the Saint Christophe 1 sank in Dartmouth Harbour due to "significant language barriers" between the French skipper and the harbour staff.
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.
The Marine Accident Investigation Branch (MAIB) is calling for legislation to make it compulsory for fishermen to wear lifejackets on commercial vessels after four men lose their lives.
The clam dredger, Diamond, sank after hitting a rock in West Burra Firth in the Shetland Islands in March 2014. Crewman, John Leonard Scollay died.
A report by the Marine Accident Investigation Branch has revealed that the lives of the crew of the Karen were put "at risk" because a Royal Navy submarine command team misidentified the trawler.
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.
An investigation is underway after the MV Hebrides ran aground after hitting pontoons at Lochmaddy Marina at North Uist, Scotland.
A report by the Marine Accident Investigation Branch reveals a lapse of safe systems of work on board the Arco Avon led to the death of an engineer.
The engine room of the fishing boat, Majestic, had been flooded for an hour before the crew noticed, according to findings by the Marine Accident Investigation Branch.
Nearly one year since the sinking of the scallop dredger, JMT, an official investigation has identified a series of safety failings which led to two deaths.
The 17 metre scallop dredger, St Apollo grounded and partially sank after it "suddenly turned unexpectedly" while on passage to fishing grounds.
An investigation has found the crew and the firm which owned the Enterprise were all "complacent" about the dangers of working on board.
The Marine Accident Investigation Branch has found that "poor bridge team management and navigational practices" contributed to the grounding of the Hamburg.
The Marine Accident Investigation Branch is now investigating the circumstances that led to a commercial fishermen going overboard in the English Channel.
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 Marine Accident Investigation Branch (MAIB) has made a series of safety recommendations following the capsizing and sinking of the Cemfjord off Scotland.
The man was rescued from the water by the Kent emergency services but later died in hospital. The teenager who was with him survived.
The National Park has decided against the MAIB's recommendation to implement the boat safety scheme.