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Canary Islands

Escape the winter, enjoy amazing food and drink, volcanic scenery and wonderful warm weather sailing, all just a few hours’ flight away from the UK

Piracy

The Red Sea has been closed to sailors for almost a decade, but is it getting any safer, and what about piracy closer to home? Theo Stocker investigates

Oxwich Bay

Despite being a popular beach destination during the summer months, the anchorage at Oxwich Bay can be far from the madding crowd, as Jonty Pearce describes

Portelet Bay

David Jefferson describes Portelet Bay, on the south coast of Jersey, as one of the island's most beautiful anchorages

Anchorages Watermill Cove Scilly

A remote, attractive anchorage away from the crowds, for Mark Fishwick Watermill Cove is also a useful bolthole when St Mary’s Harbour gets uncomfortable

Nestled between the northern islands of the Isles of Scilly, St Helen’s Pool enjoys nearly all-round shelter – a rare attribute in these parts. With Tresco to the west, St…

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…

Kelefesia

If your idea of paradise is anchoring off a deserted island with palm trees and white sands, then look no further than the Ha’apai Islands in Tonga. Most yachts choose…