Dag Pike finds shelter from brisk westerly winds in this picturesque and historic Welsh harbour on the north coast
As with all aspects of navigation, following ‘best practice’ is the surest way to make sure you are passage planning in a seamanlike manner, says Bruce Jacobs
James Stevens answers your questions of seamanship - this month, what would you do if you ran out of fuel in a busy, tidal river?
When it comes to putting out anchor chain, most of us follow a basic ratio rule of thumb, but we should be taking wind and tide into account, argues Christopher…
Jeanne Socrates, who is attempting to become the oldest person to sail solo around the world non-stop and unassisted, is hoping she will break the record by the end of…
Jonty Pearce continues his cruise north of Ullapool and the Summer Isles in Scotland
Golden Globe Race skippers share their experiences of ocean storms, providing lessons for all of us about how to cope with heavy weather
James Stevens answers your questions of seamanship. This month, what would you do in a Force 7 with no sail, no engine, no anchor and no radio?
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