Katy Stickland

News and Features Editor

Katy Stickland

With a journalism career spanning more than 20 years, Katy Stickland has worked for local newspapers, the BBC, regional Caribbean publications and Tobago News – the island’s only newspaper. She ran a marine services company in Tobago with her husband John, living aboard their S&S 34 in Store Bay, before returning to the UK. She previously wrote for the Yachting and Boating World website. Katy is also a PADI Master Scuba Diver Trainer.

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A yacht cruising in high latitude

Yacht cruising within the Arctic Circle has become increasingly popular, 
but what is the best type of yacht for the job? Duncan Kent investigates

Anodes made out of sluminium lined up in a beach

Protecting your boat from corrosion is something we all have to do, but what are the implications of switching to aluminium? Vyv Cox explains all

Millport in Scotland

Dag Pike finds a quiet bay on the Scottish island of Great Cumbrae in which to drop the pick

Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 410

Is there a serious cruiser behind the new Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 410's bold looks? Graham Snook went to find out

Making time to relax while sailing

Jonty Pearce reflects on why it is so important to make time to relax, as he enjoys a lazy passage close to home