Motor Boat & Yachting

Breakdown Rob Curtis Of Possible Forth Title

A faulty gearbox followed by a blown engine robbed Britain's Steve Curtis of any chance of making powerboat history by winning a fourth world Class I (16 litre) offshore championship.

Cappellini on course for sixth world title

Five-time World Champion Guido Cappellini of Como of Italy proved to the powerboat racing world that a 2.5 litre Mercury engine can not only last the distance but also take…

Worlds Champions score at Cleethorpes

1999 World Two-Litre offshore champions, Peter Little and Dave Arthur from Oxford who were voted Power Yachtsmen of the Year in January, maintained their wining form when they led the…

Jones to continue in new Formula I series

The three-time world champion from Cardiganshire was about to retired when he was offered a chance to team-up with French champion Phillippe Dessertenne

Little takes world Two Litre Title

Peter Little and David Arthur from Oxford pummelled the competition at the Cowes Classic over the August bank holiday weekend

Second Round Ends in Shambles

Heavy winds turned the second round of the World Formula I series in St Petersburg, Russia, on May 30 into a rout.

VIPs from around the world are descending on Mandelieu La Napoule, situated just outside Cannes for the Sea Ray Rendezvous.

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Show Time!

On-line London Boat Show guide coming soon.

Tréguier marina is very friendly and agreeable, whether you are there just for a night and a good meal, or lingering a few days to get to know the town…

West Scotland

Anyone who has even glimpsed the west coast of Scotland will know this is one of the most spectacular cruising areas in Europe, dramatically indented and partly protected by islands…

Elder Cove

Down at the southern tip of Devon, just west of Prawle Point, Elender Cove is tucked under the dramatic granite scars of Gammon Head.

Victory scores as Gjelstan finishes third

It was high drama for the Dubai based Victory Team at the third round of the World Class I (16 litre) Offshore Championship in Arendal, Norway, on July 19.

Lake Race Abandoned

Jerry Peachment was leading when the red flags were flown by safety officers on the 11th lap.

Noone breaks winning pattern

A new name emerged to break the winning domination of Jerry Peachment when Paul Noone (Dac/Mercury) won the fourth round of the Formula GP championship at Stewartby, Beds, on June…

Your RYA course companion – Part 7

You've decided where you want to take your boat, you've booked the time off work, and you've bought the pilot books and charts. It's time to put it all together…