A simple out-and-back cruise might seem the obvious option but triangular cruising offers increased flexibility should the weather turn. Dag Pike explains how it works
The Department for Transport wants to gather more evidence about emissions from all vessels operating domestically in UK waters, including yachts
Ken Endean finds that fine weather can turn violent after dark
Duncan Kent explains how to choose an AIS app you can rely on at sea
James Stevens answers your questions of seamanship - this month, does a head injury onboard warrant issuing a Mayday
25 tips for keeping your boat prepped, your crew warm, and adventures flowing over winter
James Stevens answers your questions of seamanship - this month, with increasing headwinds forecast is it best to leave now or wait for a better forecast?
Jonty Pearce muses on whether growing older and the pressure of responsibilities have dissipated his desire for wanderlust...
No electricity needed and built for gale-force conditions; windvane self-steering makes sense for coastal cruisers as much as offshore voyagers.
In light of plans to create a new national trail around England's coast, the RYA has issued guidance on how the path could affect recreational boating activities