This is where we publish our boat related stories and articles, which range from world circumnavigation to rescue missions, humour and much, much more. So make yourself a coffee and settle yourself down to a good read.
Boatshed Hamble was out with Boatshed Sussex and other Boatshed supporters this weekend for the start of the Round Britain Offshore Powerboat Race in the trusty Boatshed Hamble RIB. Brothers Peter & Michael Delbridge from Boatshed Hamble joke...
A very successful meeting was held at Boatshed HQ yesterday to announce the launch of a brand new way of working with Boatshed.com
Offshore Powerboat Challenge Weekend – June 20 – 22
Charter companies expand into yacht brokerage thanks to Boatshed.com
SeaWork 2008 International Commercial show started on June 10th till June the 12th this week and Boatshed was there again for this annual 3 day event - Stand S50.
In another Boatshed.com extravaganza of generosity, we have teamed up with the good guys at Aviva Ocean Racing and Fat Face to quite literally offer you the chance to win the shirt off Dee Caffari's back.
A warm sunny evening at Boatshed HQ, 100 of our friends and lots of bottles of Fizz. It can only mean one thing - the Boatshed Spring Bash.
“We’re going to sail to New York!” Pete and Barb Chapman, consultants to the Boatshed Yacht Brokerage group recently announced…..
News from a recent Boatshed auction, held at the Coral Scottish Grand National, has raised £1,000 for Poppyscotland. The auction was for an all expenses paid, VIP trip to the upcoming Southampton Boat Show courtesy of the Boatshed HQ team.
Army Sailing Association commissions and launches their new off shore racing yacht 'British Soldier'
We are celebrating today having just signed up our 200,000 customer.
Boatshed Algarve recently helped out a couple of damsels in distress in a daring charity event.
Boatshed Antigua, It’s a hot and steamy launch
Boatshed.com is in Antigua at the Stanford Antigua Sailing Week, now one of the premier sailing regattas in the world.
Anyone who has watched with baited breath as their pride and joy is lifted creaking and groaning from the water by crane or hoist will appreciate this little gem.
A survey by a government agency recently revealed that fewer than one in five people mark St George's Day on April 23rd, suggesting that the English feel less national pride than the Welsh, Irish or Scottish.
Boatshed Hamble took a contingent of happy boat spotters out to witness an historic event in the port of Southampton.
The things you see out on the water!