Yarmouth's pile moorings may be less convenient than pontoons, but they lend the harbour a salty character
The rediscovery of a map from Ancient Greece strikes Tom like a thunderclap in the January issue podcast
At last someone has shown proper respect to one of the core relationships in our seafaring lives...
A French festival reminds Tom that the brotherhood of the sea is stronger than old rivalries in Tom Cunliffe's December podcast
Libby backs Ellen MacArthur's thrifty boat-dwelling approach to saving the planet
Why sail gave way to steam and why Tom's sextant needs a gps...
Tom prefers to trust his own judgement over online assertions about a yachts comfort and performance.
Libby puts forward the case for special dispensation for long-keelers
A stream of interesting material lands on Toms desk
If your dinghy vanishes on some desolate beach, you cant get back to your supper, your bed, your life.