Lady Rose, the ketch on which Sir Alec Rose's circumnavigated around the globe, has been fully restored
The nation goes yellow for RNLI Mayday campaign
Iconic sites nationwide will be turned yellow to promote the RNLI's Mayday campaign, which will raise money for vital kit for the crews
The Atlantic Seamen are given a safe dry berth at Mylor marina as they train to embark on 3,000 miles charity row
The four Atlantic Seamen are taking part in the row to raise money for the Urology Foundation and the Children’s Hospice Southwest
Charity Sail Aid UK approves grants to the Anguilla Sailing Association, the Virgin Islands Sloop Foundation and Adopt a Roof BVI
Charity Sail Aid UK was set up to help the communities affected by Hurricanes Irma and José last September
Alex Thomson is named patron of charity Oarsome Chance in Gosport
Sailor Alex Thomson announces charity support of Oarsome Chance Foundation and officially opens its new facility at St Vincent Sixth Form College in Gosport
The Catboat: A floating sanctuary for felines in the heart of Amsterdam
Believed to be one of the few floating animal sanctuary in the world, the Catboat is a refuge for stray and abandoned felines in Amsterdam. Browse our gallery of the furry residents
They’ve done it! Turn to Starboard crew finish their Round Britain Challenge
Watch as the veterans return to Falmouth after finishing their Turn to Starboard Round Britain Challenge
Celebrations as Ellen MacArthur Cancer Trust recipients finish Round Britain ’17
More than 125 young people in recovery from cancer took part in Round Britain '17 - a 2,400 mile relay team race around the UK coast
Inspirational! Natasha Lambert enters the record books
Adventurer Natasha Lambert BEM has successfully become the youngest disabled woman to skipper a yacht from Scotland to Ireland
Luke Patience named Ellen MacArthur Cancer Trust’s newest ambassador
Olympic sailor Luke Patience joins the likes of Shirley Robertson and Volvo Ocean Race CEO Mark Turner as ambassador for the Ellen MacArthur Cancer Trust
Race to Scotland over for Ken Fowler as bad weather leaves him 40 miles short
Bad weather meant Ken Fowler and his 14-foot RS Aero had to be driven into John o'Groats to finish the Race to Scotland. However, Fowler said raising thousands of pounds for charity was always the dream
Treasurer jailed for stealing £25k from Cleethorpes Rescue Service, forcing it to close
Roxanna Bridgland, 56, even sold the Cleethorpes Rescue Service lifeboat on eBay, as well as selling off other rescue equipment
Teenage sailor with head injuries rescued from The Solent
The 17-year-old boy hit his head after falling out of his Laser dinghy in Stokes Bay on The Solent. He was rescued by the independent Gosport & Fareham Inshore Rescue Service (GAFIRS)
Pictures: Hundreds swim in icy conditions to raise money for GAFIRS
Despite the chilly conditions, more than 500 people decided to swim in The Solent on New Year's Day to raise money for Gosport's independent lifeboat station
Ocean Youth Trust South’s Prolific is relaunched after refit
Following a 12-month refit, Ocean Youth Trust South's newest sail training vessel, Prolific has been relaunched.
Cowes Week searches for new official charity for 2017
After three years of supporting the UKSA, Cowes Week is now looking for a new charity to support during next's year's regatta on the Isle of Wight.
Freemasons establish Spinnaker Lodge – the UK’s first boating lodge
Spinnaker Lodge aims to encourage both existing and new members, who are interested into yachting and motor boating, to meet and share experiences and knowledge with each other.
Sailor and pop legend Simon Le Bon to start London-Monaco race
Ex-Whitbread Round the World sailor and Duran Duran frontman Simon Le Bon will be officially starting the Blue Marine Foundation's London to Monaco Bike Ride on 18 September.
Pictures: Miss Isle’s Natasha Lambert completes her Scottish challenge
Natasha Lambert, who founded the Miss Isle School of Sip and Puff on the Isle of Wight, has finished her Sea and Summit Scotland challenge.
Bursary in memory of missing sailor, Will Black
Will Black died in a boating accident six years ago. The 28-year-old's body has never been found. Now his family have set up a bursary in his memory.