82 years after the ghostly remains of the Sutton Hoo ship were discovered the debate still rages - was the longboat propelled by sail, oar or a mixture of both?…
Toby Heppell heads to the East Coast to sail a traditional oyster smack and put his dredging skills to the test
Dick Durham mulls the algorithm of a pint ashore while anchored in this River Swale creek on the East Coast
Katy Stickland chooses 25 modern cruising sailors who have inspired others to throw off the bowlines and explore by sail
Friends of Billy Brannan have launched a Crowdfunding campaign for the solo skipper after his yacht, Helena was dismasted in an Atlantic storm.
The RYA is encouraging east coast and Welsh cruisers to look in detail at eight proposed windfarm sites in England and Wales, which are being considered by the Crown Estate
Hundreds of yachtsmen in the Thames are set to sail past a ticking time-bomb from the Second World War this season, says Dick Durham
HM Coastguard is searching for two Yorskshire sailors from a grounded yacht
Britain’s last sailing ship can be manoeuvred singlehanded without an engine, so why does she need one now?
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