If you are going to the coast please take care along cliffs and coastal footpaths, especially if walking along the cliff paths around the Isle of Wight.
The chance to run a prime waterfront location during the annual world famous sailing regatta, Aberdeen Asset Management Cowes Week, is being offered to companies and organisations.
The Open Spaces Society, Britain’s oldest national conservation body, is delighted that the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs is considering whether it should extend the coastal-access provisions of the Marine and Coastal Access Act 2009 to the Isle of Wight.
The Royal Yacht Squadron provided a fitting location for the Special Edition of the Superyacht Cup regatta in Cowes this week. Early on the final day of the regatta, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, aboard 75 metre Superyacht Leander, made a Parade of Sail to celebrate her Diamond Jubilee visit to the Isle of Wight.
Isle of Wight rays of summer sun could be fleeting this weekend, as the rain arrives just in time for the opening of Queen Victoria’s Osborne House Beach and the start of the Olympics.
This month Hovertravel says goodbye to one of its longest serving pilots; Captain Barrie Jehan. In Barrie’s time at Hovertravel, which started when he left school in 1968, he has completed over 21,000 hours flying hovercraft (which equates to 84,000 crossing of the Solent!)
The Isle of Wight is giving a world class welcome to a fleet of 11 world class yachts that are participating in the first ever UK Superyacht Cup Cowes regatta. In celebration of the London 2012 Olympics, the event will provide a fantastic opportunity for Islanders to witness some of the world’s most prestigious superyachts gathered to battle it out at speed on the water.