With a 1.5 knot tide flowing and 12 knot winds blowing straight off the pontoon, would you be confident to moor in a tight spot?
The best sailing books of 2020? Julia Jones reviews the latest maritime reading
Will Bruton gets muddy in North Norfolk when he learns the forgotten craft of channel-marking
Navigation using digital or paper charts is key to good seamanship, but understanding the seven basic types of coastline and their challenges, and keeping your eyes out of the boat…
James Stevens answers your questions of seamanship - this month, what would you do if you ran out of fuel in a busy, tidal river?
Peter Bruce discovers the thriving wildlife in the sheltered waterways at Keyhaven and on either side of Lymington River
It can often seem a long day sailing from the Channel Islands to Tréguier. Such was the case this time and it was late afternoon before I passed La Corne…