Dick Durham drops anchor in Halstow Creek, a mud-hole once used to create the bricks that built London
For Brian Black, missing the tide led to the discovery of a delightful little anchorage at The Black Isles
Kitiara Pascoe recommends the beautiful Mullion Cove, which offers good holding and amazing views
Jessica Barber reflects on life with the constant cacophony of wind and wave on an ocean passage
After bobbling to the powerboats wake in Studland Bay, the tranquillity of Whiteground Lake, Poole Harbour, is a welcome relief, as Graham Snook explains
Bob Shepton finds a handy haven in the icy wilderness of the North West Passage, Canada, with a choice of inlets and bays for shelter from any wind direction
Jonty Pearce finds tranquillity away from the bustle of Milford Haven and good shelter in the Upper Cleddau River
Pilot book author Peter Kynes shows Dick Durham where the locals go when the Isles of Scilly get busy...