The cargo ship Tian Fu has rescued Golden Globe Race skipper Susie Goodall. The vessel is now heading to Argentina
The Marine Accident Investigation Branch (MAIB) says lessons learnt from previous incidents could have prevented CV24 running aground in South Africa
After taking part in the Suhaili 50 Falmouth Parade of Sail the 2018 Golden Globe race skippers have set sail en route to Les Sables d'Olonne where the race will start on 1 July
Sir Robin Knox-Johnson and the Golden Globe Race skippers mark 50 years since the Clipper Race founder left the town in his 32 foot ketch to compete in the original race
America's Cup World Series' sailors tell YBW what their dream boat is. What is yours? Maybe you would like to helm a Whitbread winner like Steinlager 2, or be at the controls of a classic Riva. Let us know your suggestions below.
New stills from the much awaited film, The Mercy, which stars Colin Firth and Rachel Weisz as Donald and Clare Crowhurst, have been unveiled. The movie opens nationwide on 9 February
Clipper Round The World Race has announced that yacht Greenings will withdraw from the race after it ran aground halfway between Cape Town and Cape Point on Tuesday (31 October)
The Golden Globe Race 2018 will now start from Les Sables d’Olonne in the Vendée, after event organisers failed to secure financial backing in the UK
From the biggest boat on show to the World Record for the 'largest human image of a boat’, find out some weird and wonderful facts about the Southampton Boat Show, which takes place 15-24 September
We all need some inspiration from time to time. These quotes by sailing legends and enthusiasts have inspired us all at YBW since we launched 20 years ago
The biggest ever edition of the Clipper Round the World Yacht Race got underway yesterday (20 August) on the River Mersey, Liverpool
The legacy of French legendary yachtsman, Bernard Moitessier, will be celebrated with a second class of 40ft Joshua steel-built one-design yachts for the Golden Globe Race 2022 fleet
Offshore sailor Mike Golding follows in the footsteps of Sir Robin Knox-Johnston at the Little Ship Club in London
Boat insurance company MS Amlin is asking people to submit their stories and photographs about boat names for a chance to win tickets to the Southampton Boat Show
Gavin Reid, who's profoundly deaf, was honoured with the prestigious Yachtsman of the Year Award for his seamanship and act of courage for rescuing a man during the Clipper Race 2015-16
YBW's list of the top 10 yacht pioneers in the last 100 years. Who do you think should be on the list? We would love to hear your suggestions.
Pioneering sailor, Sir Robin Knox-Johnston has been banned from driving after he was caught drink-driving in his home town of Portsmouth.
Paramedic Andrew Ashman was the first fatality in the history of the Clipper Round the World Race. An interim MAIB report has revealed he suffered fatal neck injuries.
After three years' work, Sir Robin Knox-Johnston has now relaunched his 32-foot Suhaili. The legendary sailor spent hours restoring the boat which took him around the world.
Sir Robin Knox-Johnston has paid tribute to Derek Hatfield, the first Canadian to race solo around the world twice. The Nova Scotia sailor died suddenly at the age of 63.