The Cruising Association is campaigning for sailors to be given a 180-day cruising visa for EU countries, rather than being limited to just 90 days in 180 days
Keeping a boat in Europe has offered easy adventure and warmer climates, but as regulations after Brexit begin to take shape, we look at what it means for cruising sailors
Jimmy Cornell has abandoned his Elcano Challenge – a quest to retrace the world’s first circumnavigation in a fully electric boat – for now.
The Brexit deal only allows UK sailors to cruise the EU for 90 days in every 180-day period. Pilot book author Gordon Knight is now campaigning for visa reciprocation
British solo skipper Pip Hare crossed the 2020 Vendée Globe finish line at just before 0100 on 12 February, fulfilling her long held dream
A consultation has been launched by the UK Government to look at how sailors dispose of out-of-date flares. The public have until 15 March 2021 to respond
The Ocean Cruising Club has announced the winners of its annual awards, which recognise the achievements of cruising sailors
New owners are being sought for Gipsy Moth IV, the legendary yacht which took Sir Francis Chichester around the world
Barry Pickthall collaborated with Bob Fisher on numerous books. He looks back at the life of the sailor and journalist
French skipper Clarisse Cremer has smashed Ellen MacArthur's 21 year old Vendée Globe race record, crossing the line in 87d 02h 24m 25s.