Will Bruton finds a protected quiet haven far from the madding crowd on Antigua's east coast
Electric yacht: What are the options for going electric?
Electric and hybrid yachts are growing in popularity; we outline the current options for those making the switch
Sailing La Vagabonde: A cruising life on You Tube
Riley and Elayna from Sailing La Vagabonde make a living cruising the world and capturing it on film for their 1.43 million subscribers
How to plan the perfect charter holiday
Whether you own your own boat or not, chartering offers the opportunity to sail somewhere different without complication. Will Bruton takes a look at how to hit the water running
How to sail Biscay: 3 ways to tackle the milestone
Beyond Biscay is a diverse coastal cruising ground and the route to the warm waters of the Mediterranean. Will Bruton reveals the best ways to cross this notorious rite of…
Windvane steering: why it makes sense for coastal cruising
No electricity needed and built for gale-force conditions; windvane self-steering makes sense for coastal cruisers as much as offshore voyagers.
A tricky mooring
James Stevens answers your Questions of Seamanship. This issue - how to moor between two piles in tricky conditions
Tried & Tested: Mara Buoy
The Mara Buoy promises to revolutionise mooring, making it safer and easier. We put it to the test
‘What I learned from a dismasting in Antarctica’
Veteran polar sailor and mountaineer Bob Shepton reflects on losing his rig while sailing with a crew of school leavers in the Drake Passage
How do we find our way without a plotter?
James Stevens answers your Questions of Seamanship. This issue - when his GPS plotter packs up, Pete has to rely on the time old strategy of aim to miss