Randall Reeves has become the first person to solo circumnavigate the American and Antarctic continents in one season. He talks to Yachting Monthly about the highs and lows of his…
New guidelines have been issued on how to use water facilities safety in marinas, boatyards, sailing centres, canals and other inland waterways.
Planning to spend the night away from crowded waters can be truly rewarding but preparation is essential before you go wild cruising, says Dag Pike
This quaint North Devon anchorage is a peaceful haven offering protection from southwesterlies, says Dag Pike
Celebrating the seamanship skills of Jeanne Socrates. Welcome to the December 2019 issue of Yachting Monthly, on sale 7 November
Inside the December issue of Yachting Monthly you will find: SAILING SKILLS Precision weather forecasting If you want precise weather forecasts where you are, here’s how to build your own…
A well-mown carpet - a confession by Richard Clutterbuck
James Stevens answers your questions of seamanship - this month, can you judge when and how far ships are turning?
Golden Globe Race skipper Gregor McGuckin shares his experiences of ocean storms, providing lessons for all of us about how to cope with heavy weather
Though they are often viewed with suspicion in the UK, box moorings are actually very user-friendly, argues Gordon Davies