What-ship-where-bound

Julia Jones, Yachting Monthly's literary reviewer discusses What Ship, Where Bound? David Craddock, and suddenly the phrase ‘Flag Officer’ takes on a new significance.

Safety and survival specialist, ACR Electronics, has launched what they refer to as the world’s smallest and most simple satellite communication device – the ACR Bivy Stick two-way satellite messenger…

Farewell-Mr-Puffin-Paul_Heiney

Julia Jones, Yachting Monthly's literary reviewer discusses Farewell Mr Puffin by Paul Heiney: "If you relish honest writing and the reinvigoration of a leap into cold water, I recommend this…

From sailing clothing to bags the marine market has seen something of a trend in recent years with designs inspired by the past and the newly re-released Spinnaker Dumas watch…

Worlds_My_Oyster_Daz_Tait

Julia Jones, Yachting Monthly's literary reviewer finds The World’s my Oyster Trilogy by Daz Tait to be a Lad’s journal written in an energetic slang where there are more synonyms…

Around-these-Islands-in-12-ports

Yachting Monthly's literary reviewer, Julia Jones, reviews Around these Islands in 12 Ports by Jonathan Winter, a 2,500 mile journey around the British Isles in a GT35 yacht Nova, staying…

Madhouse-book

Julia Jones, Yachting Monthly's literary reviewer discusses Madhouse at the End of the World: "Julian Sancton’s impressive research and incisive writing style ensures that this lockdown story grips like the…