The UK veterans charity, Turn to Starboard is trying to find 50 ex-service personnel to sail 2,000 miles from Land's End to John o'Groats
With COVID-19 restrictions now easing, Jonty Pearce and his wife Carol cruise locally in south Wales - their first time on the water for eight months!
No anchoring zones at the south-west end of the Studland Bay Marine Conservation Zone are being considered. The area is where most boats anchor
Getting close in to the coast to explore a tidal channel or find a snug anchorage is rewarding but close attention must be paid to the visual clues, says Ken…
Whether you’ve just got a few days to explore the West Coast, or the open North Atlantic is calling, Scotland’s sea routes offer almost endless options says Brian Black…
Dag Pike considers how to get the best out of a summer cruise when time is limited
Dag Pike revisits a childhood haunt and discovers little has changed in the quaint Cornish fishing village of Cadgwith on The Lizard
Pete Goss delivers his masterclass on when to reef, and explains why it is critical to keeping control of your boat and sailing through a blow
Dag Pike discovers solitude at the semi-circular Chapman's Pool on the Dorset coast, which is often overlooked by cruisers
James Stevens answers your Questions of Seamanship. In this article, how would free a fouled anchor in a rough sea?