Hope is fading for survivors of the Kiribati ferry and more than 20 children are among those feared lost
A father from New Zealand has come up with the idea of a clip-on bow which can be used by two small children sailing together
The fire at Lyttelton's Naval Point Club on the South Island, New Zealand, is believed to have started in the club's kitchen
A crowdfunding campaign is raising money for the British family of four whose catamaran ran aground whilst sailing through Beveridge Reef in the Pacific Ocean
Anthony Michael Baker, 53, from Devon, pleaded guilty after being found drunk in charge of the cargo vessel, Shansi. He was fined NZD $3,000
Dubbed the future of coastal water boating, the solar electric SoelCat 12 will be launched in Auckland on Sunday (25 June)
An eight-year-old girl was pulled from Manukau Harbour by rescuers after she had been floating in the sea for three hours. Her father is still missing
Nick Dwyer and Barbara Heftman have been reunited with their yacht after abandoning it 210 nautical miles off Sydney, Australia after their rudder broke
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
The man was airlifted to hospital by helicopter after the boat he was in hit a rock at high speed at Cooks Beach in the Coromandel, New Zealand
Alan Langdon, who sailed with his six-year-old daughter to Australia with just one rudder, has been charged with taking a child from New Zealand
Discovered in a farmer's storage shed, Bandit - the first keel boat built by legendary New Zealand yachtsman, Sir Peter Blake - has been lovingly restored
The search continues for a missing fisherman following the disappearance of the charter boat, Francie, as it tried to re-enter the Kaipara Harbour in New Zealand in bad weather.
South African Paul Thompson is totally deaf. While sailing La Chica, his 32-foot double ended junk, he relies on Skatty, his beloved Maine Coon cat, to be his ears.
Paul Christenson was sailing in rough seas in the Bay of Plenty, New Zealand when his yacht suffered steering problems. He was forced to leap from his boat to safety.
The yacht Platino has been towed back to the city of Whangarei in New Zealand.
Sixty people were forced to jump into the sea during a tourist boat fire a half-mile off the coast of New Zealand's North Island.