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A salvage operation is underway this week for a yacht that broke up after it washed ashore in rough conditions sailing from Picton to Nelson.

A YACHT CAPTAIN has been found guilty of being drunk while erratically sailing a pleasure boat in a Dublin Port shipping lane.

A long-awaited treaty on the protection of the RMS Titanic has entered into force,

Royal Geelong Yacht Club Announces $10,000 Donation To Kick Start ‘Festival Of Sails’ Bush Fire Appeal In Wake Of Cancelled Australia Day Fireworks

On January 10, the crew of the geared bulker Sunda rescued a sailboat adrift in the mid-Atlantic.

Royal Geelong Yacht Club sailor Brendan Garner first competed in the MacGlide Festival of Sails in 1988, when he was just 12 years old.

The U.S. Coast Guard, two commercial vessels rescued the crew of a dismasted sailing yacht at a position about 570 nm southwest of the Hawaiian Islands.

Lifeboat George Bearman II was alerted by HM Coastguard to go to the assistance of a male in difficulty in the water in the River Exe near Lympstone.

The boat has a storied past. It once exploded, killing its owner. It was used in WWII. Now, it’s aground.

A mix of light and windy weather in Melbourne exhilarated some and exhausted others, with some moving further into the lead and changes to the leaderboard in other classes.

Number four jibs were called for and the downhill run provided plenty of drama; even most experienced crews were prone to incidents.

Kiteboarding, to be included in the sailing competition at the Paris Games, remains a contentious subject among sailors.

The Real Club Nautico de Palma is organising the Finn Gold Cup and Palma Finn Cup

With wind limits on the edge, conditions on day one of Sail Melbourne International 2020 provided many competitors with a wild, windy and challenging day on Port Phillip Bay.

Piracy incidents in the Straits of Malacca and Singapore spiked in 2019. What is behind the surge and how can Singapore keep it waterways safe?