A solo yachtsman from Devon has been rescued uninjured by the Queen Mary 2 luxury liner after his boat was damaged in an Atlantic stormRead the full story ›
A fleet of yachts that set out from Plymouth for a race to the US has been caught up in extreme weather. One has sunk. No injuries reported.Read the full story ›
Trading their instruments for oars, Justin Marney and Azud Irshad completed the Talisker Whisky Atlantic Challenge in 51 days.Read the full story ›
A former serviceman attempting to become the first-ever person to swim across the Atlantic Ocean has abandoned his challenge.Read the full story ›
A former serviceman is about to attempt the first-ever swim across the Atlantic Ocean - raising a million pounds for charity.Read the full story ›
A rowing pair from Devon have finished 5th in what's become known as "the world's toughest row" - the Talisker Whisky Atlantic Challenge.Read the full story ›
Two Devon men are close to making history as part of the first crew of amputees to row across the Atlantic.
Servicemen Cayle Royce and Lee Spencer are part of a four-man crew making the three thousand mile journey.
They are now just 500 miles from the finish of their course and hope to cross the line next week.
Cayle told us the three things he's most looking forward to at the end of their journey.
The youngest ever rowers to complete a transatlantic crossing have arrived home to a hero's welcome.
Tom Rainey and Lawrence Walters rowed into Salcombe having completed the trip in just over three months.
Our correspondent Steve Hardy was there as they stepped back on British soil.
And staying in the sea - two rowers from the region are on course to break a 118-year record by crossing the Atlantic in the quickest time ever.
Chris Walters and Elliott Dale from Lyme Regis have so far had to overcome injuries, huge cargo ships and gale force winds, but remain confident they will beat the 55-day record. Seth Conway reports:
Ben Hooper, a swimmer for Cheltenham, has revealed his plans to swim The Atlantic.
His plan is to swim from Dakar in Senegal to Natal in Brazil, a distance of 1,700 miles.
If he succeeds he will be the first man to do so.