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  1. Cowes to Torquay: 60 years of powerboating history2021/08/30
    Celebrating the Cowes to Torquay powerboat race, which first ran in 1961.
  2. Yacht Stormvogel2021/08/20
    On this edition, skipper Graeme Henry takes us for a tour on board the famous yacht Stormvogel before she took part in the 2021 Fastnet Race
    Podcast compiled and presented by Neil Sackley.
    email: h2o@bbc.co.uk
  3. Sir Chay Blyth CBE BEM2021/08/13
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  4. Cowes Week 20212021/08/06
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  5. Personal watercraft2021/07/30
    They’re great fun but not everyone’s a fan. Responsible users of personal watercraft are saying that a minority of users are giving the rest of them a bad name.
    Podcast compiled and presented by Neil Sackley.
    email: h2o@bbc.co.uk
  6. RNLI: Label Your Kit2021/07/23
    Lymington RNLI is urging water users to label their kit in a bid to stop unnecessary call outs.
    Abandoned dinghies, kite and wind surfing gear have all triggered searches only for the owners to be found alive and well in a local pub or at home.
    Podcast compiled and presented by Neil Sackley.
    email: h2o@bbc.co.uk
  7. Historic chandlery2021/07/16
    After 500 years in London, Arthur Beale has become the first chandlery to open in Portsmouth Historic Dockyard.
    MD Hugh Taylor talks about the brand’s history and Hannah Prowse from Portsmouth Naval Base Property Trust reveals how the partnership came about.
    Podcast compiled and presented by Neil Sackley.
    email: h2o@bbc.co.uk
  8. MV Freedom2021/07/09
    The Friends of MV Freedom which is based in Weymouth, provide access to the sea for people living with disability. Their trips can change people’s lives.
    Volunteer skipper Dirk Aldous talks about the history of the charity, their brand new vessel and their Queens Award for Voluntary Service.
    Podcast compiled and presented by Neil Sackley.
    email: h2o@bbc.co.uk
  9. Round the Island Race 20212021/07/02
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  10. UKSA2021/06/25
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  11. 10 years of Wetwheels2021/06/18
    On this edition, the founder of the charity Wetwheels Geoff Holt MBE talks about the first decade of the project that offers a unique opportunity for disabled and disadvantaged people of all ages - including those with multiple, profound and complex impairments - to access the water.
    Podcast compiled and presented by Neil Sackley.
    email: h2o@bbc.co.uk
  12. Association Of Sail Training Organisations2021/06/11
    Association Of Sail Training Organisations chair Mark Todd talks about the impact of sail training on those who take part.
    Podcast compiled and presented by Neil Sackley.
    email: h2o@bbc.co.uk
  13. Southampton Sailing Club2021/06/04
    Christopher Waddington, chief instructor at Southampton Sailing Club talks about the club’s history, its enviable location and post Covid plans.
    Podcast compiled and presented by Neil Sackley.
    email: h2o@bbc.co.uk
  14. Sailing Wellness2021/05/21
    On this edition we hear from Simon Collyer who’s set up an initiative exploring sailing wellness.
    Simon talks about his project and how sailors from the Olympics and Paralympics are involved. And he talks about growing up sailing off the Essex coast.
  15. Portsmouth Historic Dockyard2021/05/14
    On this edition we’re hearing about 2 of the most historic vessels ever to set sail from Portsmouth.
    Portsmouth Historic Dockyard has spent the last year updating the visitor experiences at HMS Victory and at the Mary Rose museum, and we’ve been to have a look.
    Podcast compiled and presented by Neil Sackley.
    email: h2o@bbc.co.uk
  16. Sailing with multiple sclerosis2021/05/07
    On this edition, hear from people living with multiple sclerosis who have taken part in a sailing day organised by the charity Oceans of Hope UK.
    Podcast compiled and presented by Neil Sackley.
    email: h2o@bbc.co.uk
  17. Buckler's Hard2021/04/30
    On this edition, we’re by the waterside in an historic New Forest boat building site.
    The Honourable Mary Montagu-Scott DL talks about the history and present day of Buckler’s Hard.
    Podcast compiled and presented by Neil Sackley.
    email: h2o@bbc.co.uk
  18. Royal Southern Yacht Club2021/04/23
    The Royal Southern Yacht Club’s rear commodore sailing and flag officer Paul Ward talks about the challenges of running a programme during and after the pandemic, and the positives of lockdown. Also the J/ classes, the club’s youth programme and having HRH Prince Phillip as club patron.
    Podcast compiled and presented by Neil Sackley.
    email: h2o@bbc.co.uk
  19. RNLI coxwain retires after 51 years2021/04/16
    With 2 two bravery awards and an MBE to his name, Peter Huxtable has recently hung up his wellies and handed back his RNLI pager, after an amazing 51 years service.
    Described by his colleagues as a ‘legend’, Peter is credited with saving 449 lives in the years since he first joined up with the Shoreham lifeboat.
    Podcast compiled and presented by Neil Sackley.
    email: h2o@bbc.co.uk
  20. Sailing to Fastnet and back in a day2021/04/09
    On this edition, we hear from the MOD70 owner and its skipper after they smashed the record for the Fastnet course.
    Podcast compiled and presented by Neil Sackley.
    email: h2o@bbc.co.uk
  21. Pip Hare's Vendee Globe2021/04/05
    In February 2021, Poole based sailor Pip Hare crossed the finish line of the Vendee Globe, having completed the world’s toughest race.
    BBC Radio Solent has followed Pip in her quest for this goal for 10 years.
    Steve Harris narrates a special programme telling her story and the story of the race she almost didn’t finish.
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  22. Cowes Harbour Master in conversation2021/02/26
    Outgoing Cowes harbour master Captain Stuart McIntosh talks about his lifelong love of the water, serving on Donald Trump’s superyacht and the role of the harbour master in Cowes.
    Podcast produced and presented by Neil Sackley.
    email: h2o@bbc.co.uk
  23. Prada Cup Final day 4 round up2021/02/21
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  24. Prada Cup Final day 3 round up2021/02/20
    On this edition, day 3 of the Prada Cup final in New Zealand.
    Podcast compiled using material provided by Americas Cup and presented by Neil Sackley.
    email: h2o@bbc.co.uk
  25. Prada Cup Final day 2 round up2021/02/14
    On this edition, day 2 of the Prada Cup final in New Zealand.
    Podcast compiled using material provided by Americas Cup and presented by Neil Sackley.
    email: h2o@bbc.co.uk
  26. Prada Cup Final day 1 round up2021/02/13
    On this edition, day 1 of the Prada Cup final in New Zealand.
    Podcast compiled and presented by Neil Sackley using material provided by Americas Cup and Sea View Yacht Club.
    email: h2o@bbc.co.uk.
  27. Pip Hare completes the Vendee Globe2021/02/12
    She’s done it! 95 days 11 hours, 37 and a half minutes after leaving Les Sables-d'Olonne, Pip Hare has crossed the finish line in the Vendee Globe.
    Podcast compiled and presented by Neil Sackley.
    email: h2o@bbc.co.uk
  28. Pip Hare’s birthday surprise2021/02/05
    2000 miles from home in the Vendee Globe, Pip Hare celebrates her birthday with a little help from some familiar voices.
    Podcast compiled and presented by Neil Sackley.
    email: h2o@bbc.co.uk
  29. Sir Ben Ainslie2021/01/29
    On this edition, Sir Ben Ainslie reflects on INEOS Team UK’s America’s Cup campaign so far.
    Podcast compiled and presented by Neil Sackley.
    email: h2o@bbc.co.uk
  30. Bob Fisher2021/01/27
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  31. Prada Cup final for INEOS TEAM UK2021/01/23
    On this edition, Prada Cup Round Robin 3
    Podcast compiled and presented by Neil Sackley using material supplied by America’s Cup.
    email: h2o@bbc.co.uk
  32. Prada Cup day 3 round up2021/01/17
    Capsize drama and another win for INEOS TEAM UK in the Prada Cup.
    Podcast compiled and presented by Neil Sackley using material supplied by America’s Cup.
    email: h2o@bbc.co.uk
  33. Prada Cup day 2 round up2021/01/17
    3 wins out of 3 for INEOS TEAM UK in the Prada Cup.
    Podcast compiled and presented by Neil Sackley with material supplied by Americas Cup.
    email: h2o@bbc.co.uk
  34. Prada Cup underway2021/01/15
    A textbook start for Ineos Team UK in New Zealand, Eilidh McIntyre’s perfect storm of Covid and Brexit and Pip Hare passes Cape Horn in the Vendee Globe.
    Podcast compiled and presented by Neil Sackley.
    email: h2o@bbc.co.uk
  35. Pip Hare in the Southern Ocean2021/01/08
    On this edition Pip Hare in conversation from the Southern Ocean as she passes the half way mark of her Vendee Globe race. There’s a new series of BBC Two’s Saving Lives At Sea and some good news for the powerboat community in Cowes.
    Podcast compiled and presented by Neil Sackley.
    email: h2o@bbc.co.uk
  36. Vendee Globe 2020 ready2020/10/16
    On this mini edition we hear from sailors Alex Thompson and Pip Hare as they make final preparations for the 2020 Vendee Globe.
    Podcast compiled and presented by Neil Sackley.
    email: h2o@bbc.co.uk
  37. RYA Youth Sailing Regattas2020/08/28
    On this edition: the RYA’s youth regattas are back, a tragedy on Southampton Water, a cut down boat show in Southampton and the last surviving D-Day landing craft is moved to Southsea seafront.
    Podcast compiled and presented by Neil Sackley.
    email: h2o@bbc.co.uk
  38. Sir Ben Ainslie’s Americas Cup Quest2020/08/21
    On this episode, Sir Ben Ainslie CBE and Giles Scott MBE talk about Ineos Team UK’s campaign to bring the America’s Cup home.
    Podcast compiled and presented by Neil Sackley.
    email: h2o@bbc.co.uk
  39. Round the Island Race cancelled2020/08/15
    On this edition the world famous Round the Island Race is cancelled and a group of sailors foil across the channel.
    With no Cowes Week, how have Isle of Wight sailing clubs fared, a sailor thinks berthing fees should be reduced for lockdown and visitors to HMS Victory get a unique view.
    Podcast compiled and presented by Neil Sackley.
    email: h2o@bbc.co.uk
  40. RYA Keelboat Academy2020/08/07
    On this episode applications open for the RYA Keelboat Academy and Southampton Water Sailing Association rescue their summer programme. Natasha Lambert’s next challenge, a solo circumnavigator comes home and there’s a celebration of Cowes Week in poetry.
    Podcast compiled and presented by Neil Sackley.
    email: h2o@bbc.co.uk
  41. Team GB Sailors Eilidh McIntyre and Ali Young2020/07/31
    On this edition, Team GB sailors Eilidh McIntyre and Ali Young talk about how they’re feeling, considering they thought they’d be in Tokyo right now.
    RORC tell us about an event that IS happening, and some tips for those planning post covid cruise holiday.
    Podcast compiled and presented by Neil Sackley.
    email: h2o@bbc.co.uk
  42. Summer on the Water2020/07/02
    Lesley Robinson, CEO of British Marine talks about the Summer on the Water campaign and Geoff Holt MBE DL tells us what shielding for 3 months has been like.
    Podcast compiled and presented by Neil Sackley.
    email: h2o@bbc.co.uk
  43. The thrill of sailing when you’re blind2020/06/26
    Blind sailor Kate Healey talks about her passion for being on the water.
    Pip Hare looks forward to the Vendee Globe, the esailing champion talks about the series and we visit the RNLI training centre in Poole.
    Podcast compiled and presented by Neil Sackley.
    email: h2o@bbc.co.uk
  44. Alex Thompson back in training for Sailing’s Vendee Globe2020/06/19
    Round the world sailor Alex Thomson is back on the water as he picks up his pre Vendee Globe training regime.
    Also, 14 year old Will Sears who was told he’d never sail again competes in a world championship, a team of rowers aiming for a round Britain record and Team GB sailors help deliver vital medicines across Dorset
    Podcast compiled and presented by Neil Sackley.
    email: h2o@bbc.co.uk
  45. Independent lifeboat appeals for new members2020/06/12
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  46. Cowes Week 2020 regatta cancelled2020/06/05
    Cowes Week 2020 is cancelled and paraplegic sailor Geoff Holt MBE DL has a stark warning for those thinking of jumping into the water from height.
    Podcast compiled and presented by Neil Sackley.
    email: h2o@bbc.co.uk
  47. Salvage operation at RMS Titanic2020/05/22
    A possible salvage operation at Titanic, training for the 2020 Atlantic Row, tough times for the National Museum of the Royal Navy and a Dorset bay welcomes the cruise ships.
    Podcast compiled and presented by Neil Sackley.
    email: h2o@bbc.co.uk
  48. Sailing resumes after coronavirus2020/05/15
    The RYA and RNLI react to the news of the lifting of restrictions on water sports, allowing sailing clubs and marinas to re-open. Plus the impact on the loss of cruising, Sir Ben Ainslie on being locked down and the man who hitched a ride on a former Volvo Ocean Race boat.
    Podcast compiled and presented by Neil Sackley.
    email: h2o@bbc.co.uk
  49. Sailing Club Diaries2020/05/11
    On this edition, the RYA launch its training webinars and some of the south’s sailing clubs have been recording their lockdown diaries.
    Podcast compiled and presented by Neil Sackley.
    email: h2o@bbc.co.uk
  50. Sailing in the coronavirus lockdown2020/04/24
    The RYA tell us about E sailing and an Isle of Wight sailor tells us she’s desperate to return home. Plus a small sailing club and a sail training firm tell us how they’re making the best of the lockdown.
    Podcast compiled and presented by Neil Sackley.
    email: h2o@bbc.co.uk
  51. Sailmaker helps coronavirus medics with PPE2020/04/17
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  52. Isolation tips from a submariner2020/04/09
    Team GB sailor Eilidh MacIntyre and rower Becca Girling give their reactions to the postponement of the Tokyo Olympics, the RYA launches sail from home, Poole RNLI reassure us they are still there for those in need and a submariner give us his tips on self isolating.
    Podcast compiled and presented by Neil Sackley.
    email: h2o@bbc.co.uk
  53. Coronavirus pauses the Clipper Race2020/03/25
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  54. Trinity House2020/03/20
    Shelley Jory-Leigh delves into the history of the Corporation of Trinity House and tours their headquarters in London.
  55. 2020 SailGP in Sydney2020/03/05
    On this edition we hear from the teams taking part in the opening Sydney round of the 2020 SailGP championships.

    Podcast compiled and presented by Neil Sackley.

    email: h2o@bbc.co.uk.
  56. The Seablings Row the Atlantic Ocean2020/02/06
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  57. The MCA awareness campaign2020/01/17
    The MCA launches an information ad campaign, a focus on the Hayling Island RNLI crew, HMS Collingwood marks its 80th anniversary and we hear from the Dorset man who’s the star of the BBC canal series.

    Podcast compiled and presented by Neil Sackley.

    email: h2o@bbc.co.uk
  58. The dangers faced by fishermen2019/11/08
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  59. British sailing team named for Tokyo Olympics2019/10/11
    On this edition we hear from some of the sailors selected to represent Great Britain in the 2020 Tokyo games and Sir Ben Ainslie tells us about his brand new boat, designed and built with the aim of winning the America’s Cup.

    Podcast produced and presented by Neil Sackley.

    email: h2o@bbc.co.uk
  60. Sailing in the J/702019/10/04
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  61. Historic boat sails back into Portsmouth2019/09/27
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  62. Alex Thomson's bid for sailing's biggest prize2019/09/20
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  63. 2019 World Cup Sailing Series medals2019/09/13
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  64. NCI Calshot Tower Coastwatch Station2019/09/04
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  65. Clipper Round the World Race2019/09/01
    On this edition we’re with some of the crews and skippers taking part in the 19/20 Clipper Round the World Race.

    Podcast produced and presented by Neil Sackley.

    email: h2o@bbc.co.uk
  66. Cowes Powerboat Festival2019/08/26
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  67. Sail GP in Cowes2019/08/19
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  68. 1979 Fastnet Race remembered2019/08/13
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  69. Eilidh McIntyre in Tokyo2019/08/02
    Previewing the 48th Fastnet Race. Team GB’s Eilidh McIntyre and her bid for the Olympic squad, we’re on board the 4th new RFA tanker to come into service, Weymouth celebrates 150 years of its lifeboat station and a paddleboarder’s 1000 mile challenge
    Podcast produced and presented by Neil Sackley.
    email: h2o@bbc.co.uk
  70. Cowes Classic 20192019/07/30
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  71. Tokyo 2020 1 year to go2019/07/24
    With a year to go to Tokyo 2020, Team GB sailors Giles Scott MBE and Hannah Mills MBE speak from the Tokyo Olympic venue.
    Romsey Sea Cadets appeal for their stolen kayaks and a couple of firefighters are in training for the 2020 Atlantic Row.

    Podcast produced and presented by Neil Sackley.

    email: h2o@bbc.co.uk.
  72. 40 years of the Drascombe Coaster2019/07/19
    On this edition, we mark the 40 years of the Drascombe Coaster.
    Produced and presented by Neil Sackley.
    Email:H2O@bbc.co.uk
  73. Oarsome Chance2019/07/16
    On this edition we catch up with the Gosport based charity Oarsome Chance, new areas have been opened up on HMS Warrior 1860, an emotion homecoming and a team of submariners prepare for a 3000 mile row.
    Podcast produced and presented by Neil Sackley.
    email: h2o@bbc.co.uk
  74. Offshore sailor Pip Hare in conversation2019/07/12
    Offshore sailor Pip Hare talks about her 10 year programme to qualify for the 2020 Vendee Globe.
    Podcast produced and presented by Neil Sackley.
    Email: h2o@bbc.co.uk
  75. Blind Sailing Week2019/07/09
    Meet the crew of a boat taking part in the 2019 blind sailing week.
    Podcast produced and presented by Neil Sackley.
    email: h2o@bbc.co.uk
  76. RYA Sailability Multiclass Regatta2019/07/06
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  77. Round the Island Race 20192019/06/28
    On this edition, the 2019 Round the Island Race, a SailGP capsize in New York and Princess Anne visits the hovercraft museum.
  78. Seawork International2019/06/14
    Hear from exhibitors at the Seawork International exhibition.
  79. Turn to Starboard2019/05/24
    A beneficiary of the charity Turn to Starboard talks about the wok of the charity.
    Podcast produced and presented by Neil Sackley.
    email: h2o@bbc.co.uk
  80. Clipper Race crew allocation2019/05/17
    On this edition, we’re at the crew allocation event for the next Clipper Round the World race.
    You’ll hear from Sir Robin Knox Johnston, three of the skippers and most importantly, a number of crew members who’ll be taking on the
    Podcast produced and presented by Neil Sackley.
    email: h2o@bbc.co.uk
  81. Giles Scott MBE2019/05/11
    On this edition Giles Scott MBE talks about life after Tokyo 2020.
    1851 Trust CEO Ben Cartledge talks about plans for the 2019 season
    Also, Gosport Marine Festival, Sail GP in San Francisco and Weymouth & Portland National Sailing Academy prepare to host another major international event.
    Podcast produced and presented by Neil Sackley.
    email: h2o@bbc.co.uk
  82. The Gwennili Trust2019/05/03
    On this edition, the RYA launch Push The Boat Out, Emsworth Sailing Club celebrate with a Royal visitor, how the Gwennili Trust help disabled sailors get offshore and Maritime UK launch a new awards programme celebrating the UK’s maritime sector.
    Podcast produced and presented by Neil Sackley.
    email: h2o@bbc.co.uk
  83. Sir Robin Knox-Johnston celebrates2019/04/26
    On this edition Sir Robin Knox-Johnston celebrates with thousands of fans, a kidney transplant patient’s plan to sail round the Island, the Royal Navy reveals its plans for D-Day and there’s a new ferry on the Solent.
    Podcast produced and presented by Neil Sackley.
    email: h2o@bbc.co.uk
  84. Sir Robin Knox Johnston's race, 50 years on2019/04/19
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  85. Clipper Race 19/20 skipper Josh Stickland2019/04/16
    On this edition, hear from Southampton based skipper Josh Stickland who's been announced as one of the 11 Clipper Race skippers for the 2019/20 race.
    And deputy race director Dale Smyth gives an insight as to what it takes to become a Clipper skipper.
    Podcast produced and presented by Neil Sackley.
    email: h2o@bbc.co.uk
  86. Princess Sofia Trophy regatta golds2019/04/12
    On this edition, a hand full of gold medals for British Sailing from the Princess Sofia Trophy regatta and the Youth National Championships are about to kick off at the Weymouth & Portland National Sailing Academy.
    Podcast produced and presented by Neil Sackley.
    email: h2o@bbc.co.uk
  87. Alex Alley in conversation2019/04/05
    Gosport based sailor Alex Alley talks candidly to Neil Sackley about why he was forced to abandon his world record attempt, 1000 miles off Australia.
    He talks about the preparation, leaving Gosport, life on board Pixel Flyer, sailing through the Southern Ocean and his heartbreak at not finishing.
    Podcast produced and presented by Neil Sackley.
    email: h2o@bbc.co.uk
  88. Maritime Southampton2019/04/03
    On this edition we look at the city of Southampton and talk about the importance of the water, not only to the city’s businesses but how it uses it for leisure.
    Podcast produced and presented by Neil Sackley.
    email: h2o@bbc.co.uk
  89. A new cruise ship, a new ferry and Sailability. 9 Mar 20192019/03/09
    On this week’s edition a brand new cruise ship visits Southampton for her naming ceremony, Red Funnel’s new ferry takes to the water for the first time and a Sailability club is looking for volunteers.
    Podcast produced and presented by Neil Sackley.
    email: h2o@bbc.co.uk
  90. SailGP starts. 18 Feb, 20192019/02/18
    On this week’s edition SailGP starts in Sydney, the Grandads of the Atlantic complete their mammoth row and we mark the 75th anniversary of the sinking of the troopship SS Khedive Ismail.
    Podcast produced and presented by Neil Sackley.
    email: h2o@bbc.co.uk
  91. Miami World Cup Series round up. 8 Feb 20192019/02/08
    On this week’s edition, more from the World Cup series in Miami and a project to renovate Hythe pier.
    Podcast produced and presented by Neil Sackley.
    email: h2o@bbc.co.uk
  92. Jean-Luc Van Den Heede wins the Golden Globe Race. 2 Feb 20192019/02/01
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  93. Weymouth RNLI 150th anniversary. 25 Jan 20192019/01/25
    On this week’s edition, Weymouth lifeboat marks its 150th anniversary, Wightlink say goodbye to their oldest vessel, bad news for the Isle of Wight’s paddle steamer and an usual christening in Cowes.
    Podcast produced and presented by Neil Sackley.
    email: h2o@bbc.co.uk
  94. Grandads of the Atlantic & Alex Alley. 11 Jan, 20192019/01/11
    On this week’s edition, we catch up with the Grandads of the Atlantic, Alex Alley starts his round the world record attempt. We hear from Arthur Taylor, one of the last survivors of the Dunkirk campaign and a yacht feared lost 9 years ago is found in Australia.
    Podcast produced and presented by Neil Sackley.
    email: h2o@bbc.co.uk
  95. Archive: The Porthole Mystery. 28 Dec, 20182018/12/28
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  96. Susie Goodall makes it to land. 14 Dec, 20182018/12/14
    On this week’s edition: Susie Goodall’s Golden Globe Race rescue, HMS Queen Elizabeth comes home and a shortlist to build the new Type 31e frigates is revealed. There's a new ferry for Portsmouth and restoration projects on HMS Invincible and Falklands landing craft F8.
    Podcast produced and presented by Neil Sackley.
    email: h2o@bbc.co.uk
  97. Golden Globe Race rescue 7 Dec, 20182018/12/07
    On this week’s edition, A Golden Globe race rescue, Castle Cove sailing Club and boatbuilding students from Lyme Regis
    Podcast produced and presented by Neil Sackley.
    email: h2o@bbc.co.uk
  98. Paddle Steamer Ryde saved. 30 Nov, 20182018/11/30
    On this week’s edition, The 36th Americas Cup challenger series is announced, more finishers in the Route du Rhum, good news for Paddle Steamer Ryde in Cowes and Lymington Sailability remember a local youngster.
    Podcast produced and presented by Neil Sackley.
    email: h2o@bbc.co.uk.
  99. From Gosport to Guadeloupe (2014)2018/11/23
    In 2014, Sir Robin Knox-Johnston sailed to a podium finish in the Route du Rhum transatlantic race.

    BBC Radio Solent followed his progress throughout the race.

    This is the celebration of Sir Robin's return to competitive ocean racing.

    email: h2o@bbc.co.uk

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  100. Alex Thomson’s disappointment as he finishes Route du Rhum. 16 Nov, 20182018/11/16
    On this week’s edition, Alex Thomson leads the IMOCAs into Guadeloupe, but receives a huge time penalty.
    Also, good news for the Lively Lady team, a set back to maiden and we meet the commodore of the Saltern’s sailing club.
    Podcast produced and presented by Neil Sackley.
    email: h2o@bbc.co.uk
  101. QE2's final departure from Southampton (archive from 2008). 13 Nov, 20182018/11/13
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  102. Route du Rhum and Maiden sets sail2018/11/09
    On this week’s edition, mixed fortunes in the Route du Rhum and Maiden sets sail for her world tour.

    Podcast produced and presented by Neil Sackley.

    email: h2o@bbc.co.uk.
  103. Route du Rhum. 2 Nov. 20182018/11/02
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  104. Red Funnel ferry collision. 26 Oct, 20182018/10/26
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  105. USS Harry S Truman. 12 Oct, 20182018/10/12
    On this week’s edition, a massive visitor to the Solent, virtual sailing and a family’s plan to row the Atlantic.
    Podcast produced and presented by Neil Sackley.
    email: h2o@bbc.co.uk
  106. Tug Calshot2018/10/05
    On this week’s edition jets land on the deck of HMS Queen Elizabeth for the first time, a Wight Link deck officer is decorated and from the archives we go on a tour of historic tug Calshot.
    Podcast produced and presented by Neil Sackley.
    email: h2o@bbc.co.uk
  107. Maiden returns to the Boat Show. 28 Sept, 20182018/09/28
    Maiden makes a triumphant return to the Southampton Boat Show with Tracy Edwards MBE.

    Also a competitor in the Golden Globe race is rescued, we hear about a couple’s challenge to visit every RNLI station in the UK and 14 Royal Navy P2000s have been on exercise in the Solent.

    Podcast produced and presented by Neil Sackley.

    email: h2o@bbc.co.uk.
  108. Yarmouth Old Gaffers Festival cancelled. 21 Sept, 20182018/09/21
    The end of the line for the Yarmouth Old Gaffers Festival. Also we hear from the teenager from Warsash who sailed round the Isle of Wight for charity, an adventurer prepares for a round the world voyage and a cross Solent ferry operator goes green.

    Podcast produced and presented by Neil Sackley.

    email: h2o@bbc.co.uk.
  109. Sailing dropped from 2024 Paralympic Games. 14 Sept, 20182018/09/14
    Reaction from Geoff Holt MBE as sailing is once again dropped from the Paralympic Games.

    The 50th Southampton Boat Show opens, Simon LeBon talks about the Tall Ships Youth Trust, we hear from a veteran lifeboat crew member and there’s bad news for the Royal Marines Museum in Portsmouth

    Podcast produced and presented by Neil Sackley.

    email: h2o@bbc.co.uk.
  110. Sir Ben Ainslie. 7 Sept, 20182018/09/07
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  111. 36th America's Cup launch. 31 Aug, 20182018/08/31
  112. The RS Games. 24 Aug, 20182018/08/24
  113. National Coastwatch in Dorset. 17 Aug, 20182018/08/17
  114. Cowes Week. 10 Aug, 20182018/08/10
  115. Clipper Race finish. 3 Aug, 20182018/08/03
  116. SS Shieldhall. 27 Jul, 20182018/07/27
  117. Round the Island Race review. 13 July, 20182018/07/13
  118. Volvo Ocean Race. 6 July, 20182018/07/06
  119. HMS Alliance2018/06/29
  120. Welcome to the H2O Podcast2018/06/29
  121. Thundercats. 22 June, 20182018/06/22
  122. Robin Knox-Johnston in conversation. 14 June, 20182018/06/14
  123. Poole Harbour Boat Show. 8 June 20182018/06/08
  124. Classic powerboat restored. 1 June, 20182018/06/01
  125. RMS Queen Mary - A Queen's Final Farewell2018/05/26
  126. Hovercraft. 25 May, 20182018/05/25
  127. Life on the Water. 18 May, 20182018/05/18
  128. Isle of Wight. 11 May, 20182018/05/11
  129. HMS Victory2018/05/08
  130. Push the Boat Out. 4 May 20182018/05/04
  131. Freshwater Independent Lifeboat. 27 April 20182018/04/27
  132. Beaulieu Boat Jumble2018/04/20
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