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  • Bertie makes VIP visit

    A King Charles spaniel, which has become an internet phenomenon, has now achieved what must be the ultimate photographic opportunity: a chance to pose with crew members aboard Cowes RNLI’s inshore lifeboat. Owner of four year old Bertie, Steve Powell, ...
  • Shout for Littlehampton RNLI

    The volunteer crew of the Littlehampton lifeboat station were launching the lifeboat for training on Sunday morning, when a call came in from the Coastguard requesting assistance to a RIB with 2 people on board that had broken down at Pagham. The statio...
  • Founder of Seago Yachting Dies

    Sadly Simon Cash-Reed, CEO and founder of Seago Yachting, has died. He served the marine industry for over 30 years with integrity, professionalism and passion. Simon leaves behind his wife Jacky and two daughters, Stephanie and Caroline. Seago continues...
  • SARAH AYTON ANNOUNCES 50,000 ONBOARD YOUNGSTERS HOOKED ON SAILING

    Last month the RYA announced that half a million youngsters of all ages and backgrounds throughout the country have been introduced to sailing and windsurfing through the RYA OnBoard Programme (OB). Now double Olympic gold medallist Sarah Ayton (OBE) has ...
  • Henri Lloyd Phoenix salopettes

    Designed with the keelboat racing sailor in mind, these salopettes feature ergonomic design and a ‘wide-style’ shoulder. Made from tough 100 per cent windproof and waterproof TP fabric, with reinforced seat/knee and chunky smooth skin velcro ankle adj...
  • Heart on your sleeve

    Capture your most memorable sailing trip with these stylish cuff-links from Not on the High Street. Made from solid silver, they will last, and the hand-worked design will have stand-out style.RRP: £80www.notonthehighstreet.co.uk...
  • Ainslie approval for Portsmouth’s progress

    Work on Ben Ainslie Racing’s new headquarters at The Camber in Portsmouth is moving faster than one of the team’s foiling multi-hulls, as Sir Ben discovered when he went to visit. “It was fantastic to visit the Camber site and see the new base work...
  • Tall ships win ‘Best Sport’ vote

    Paralympian and television presenter Ade Adepitan boarded a tall ship to break the news to crew members that they had been named the UK’s Best Sport project in this year’s National Lottery Awards. The Jubilee Sailing Trust brings together men and wom...
  • Garmin gears up for winter

    Garmin has agreed a multi-year sponsorship commitment with Hamble River Sailing Club to remain as the title sponsor of the Garmin Hamble Winter Series.  This support from Garmin, which has its European headquarters at Southampton, reflects the event...
  • Garmin gears up for winter

    Garmin has agreed a multi-year sponsorship commitment with Hamble River Sailing Club to remain as the title sponsor of the Garmin Hamble Winter Series.  This support from Garmin, which has its European headquarters at Southampton, reflects the event...
  • Boat and Crew Tested Leaving a Frustrating Finale in Istanbul

    A tense and tough final day completed four days of racing in Istanbul, leaving J.P. Morgan BAR frustrated and disappointed with their performance at the finale of Act 6. Seven races were sailed, the final of the day acting as a double pointer, taking it t...
  • Protect your iPhone

    Lifedge has launched a new limited edition colour case for the iPhone 5/5s. 100 per cent waterproof and with a tough yet beautifully styled exterior, this ultra-compact case is ideal for sailing. It allows you to access all the iPhone functions, has a hig...
  • MARINE INDUSTRY TO HONOUR DISABLED TEENAGE SAILOR NATASHA LAMBERT

    Disabled teenage sailor Natasha ‘Miss Isle’ Lambert will sail into the PSP Southampton Boat Show to be met and congratulated by Directors of the British Marine Federation and senior figures in the marine industry after her epic Sea and Summit challeng...
  • Champagne moment

    Oliver Southgate from Tiptree, Essex, submitted this winning entry to the ilovesailing calendar competition. Taken from the Green at Cowes, it captures the champagne sailing conditions enjoyed by the yachts sailing on the final day of this year’s Cowes ...
  • Dress for the occasion

    Prints have been massive in spring/summer and it seems that trend is going to follow through for autumn/winter, although the colour palette is toning down. Quba have nailed trans-seasonal dressing this year, with this longsleeve, loose-fit dress. Made fro...
  • Bart’s Bash countdown

    As the clock ticks down until the Guinness World Record attempt for the Largest Sailing Race on 21 September, Bart’s Bash organisers have urged would-be participants to finalise their entry details. More than 620 clubs from 50 countries have already re...
  • Bart’s Bash countdown

    As the clock ticks down until the Guinness World Record attempt for the Largest Sailing Race on 21 September, Bart’s Bash organisers have urged would-be participants to finalise their entry details. More than 620 clubs from 50 countries have already re...
  • Miss Isle: Mission accomplished

    Disabled sailing teen Natasha ‘Miss Isle’ Lambert successfully scaled the 2,907ft Pen Y Fan in the Brecon Beacons to complete her phenomenal Sea and Summit Challenge, then modestly summed up her achievement as “Not bad”! Almost exactly one month ...
  • Miss Isle: Mission accomplished

    Disabled sailing teen Natasha ‘Miss Isle’ Lambert successfully scaled the 2,907ft Pen Y Fan in the Brecon Beacons to complete her phenomenal Sea and Summit Challenge, then modestly summed up her achievement as “Not bad”! Almost exactly one month ...
  • Team GBR on a roll in Rio

    Olympic sailing manager Stephen Park has hailed his team’s ‘substantial progress’ since the 2012 Games, as British sailors rounded off the first Rio Olympic Test Event with eight medals across seven Olympic classes. “It’s been a fantastic end t...