With the publication of new voluntary guidance on the use of autonomous ships in UK waters, we speak to the UK Harbour Masters’ Association about the implications for recreational sailors
Jonty Pearce gives a thorough breakdown of how to avoid other ships at sea, from tankers to trawlers
James Stevens answers your questions of seamanship - this month, can you judge when and how far ships are turning?
A Norwegian company plans to build the world's first fully autonomous container ship within three years
To stay safe around shipping, it pays to understand the different types of marine traffic. John Lang explains all
Dick Durham meets the master of the ship Emma Maersk, also a yachtsman, to find out how we can stay safe around shipping
The wier at Cullochy on the Caledonian Canal has partially collapsed following heavy rainfall and meltwater, closing the Canal for sea to sea transits.
The ‘Lysblink Seaway’, which ran aground at around 0200 on Wednesday 18 February, has been surrounded by an absorbent boom in an attempt to prevent the oil from harming the…
Sailing ships could carry cargo across the worlds oceans, using their hulls as a sail