The crew of the Lerwick RNLI towed the scallop boat, Cornucopia into harbour after a fouled propellor caused the vessel to run aground off Sandwick, Shetland Islands
Spanish Police have confirmed the identity of a 71-year-old sailor who was found in the water next to his yacht at Alcaidesa Marina in La Linea.
The owners and master of the Loch Ness cruise ship, Jacobite Queen, have been fined after a crew member lost her leg in an accident.
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.
High winds and large swells meant the man was trapped on his boat at Glenelg Bay, Scotland until he was rescued by the crew of the Kyle of Lochalsh lifeboat.
An investigation is underway after the MV Hebrides ran aground after hitting pontoons at Lochmaddy Marina at North Uist, Scotland.
The A82 through Fort William, Scotland, was closed to assist capsizing yacht
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.
One man has died and another is in hospital after their dinghy capsized off the island of Sanday in Orkney on 4 September.
The Islay RNLI lifeboat crew battled for 18 hours in a severe gale to save the life of the yachtsman. The coxswain and his crew have now been recognised for their bravery.
The Ellen MacArthur Cancer Trust has bought its first yacht based in Scotland, following support from players of the People's Postcode Lottery.
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.
The 17 metre scallop dredger, St Apollo grounded and partially sank after it "suddenly turned unexpectedly" while on passage to fishing grounds.
The sailor suffered burns to his face and body after an explosion on a boat on the Caledonian Canal in the Scottish Highlands.
The part tabby, part tortoiseshell cat was found stowed away on a yacht when it arrived in Oban. It has now been taken home to Leverburgh, Harris.
The man was airlifted to a hospital in Shetland after landing into the water during a yacht rescue mission
The Marine Accident Investigation Branch has found that "poor bridge team management and navigational practices" contributed to the grounding of the Hamburg.
The couple remain in a stable condition in hospital after their yacht hit power lines on the Isle of Harris, Western Isles in Scotland.
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.
Frank Whyte, 69, died when his Drascombe lugger capsized in the Findhorn Bay area of Moray, Scotland after a "fierce squall". The emergency services also had to deal with seven other capsized sailing dinghies.