See what’s inside our October 2016 issue here…
Expert On Board: Dinghy skills for cruisers
Ken Endean considers the best designs and techniques to keep you safe in your tender
Practical Seamanship: ‘My proven method to beat seasickness’
Having treated 400 sufferers, John Neal knows what helps
A question of seamanship
Looking for shelter in a storm, the only option seems to be drying out on bilge keels, but is this safe? asks Bill Anderson
- How do I avoid a flying machine?
- Why the difference in diesel price?
- Is a carbon mast better?
- Can I sail through wind farms?
- Going for a Burton
- Log the glass
- Relax your lazy jacks
- The key to confident pilotage
- A proper fiddle
- The right depth to anchor
Learning curve: ‘Storms and scary voices on my Atlantic crossing’
James Muggoch learns why practice is essential to solo cruising
A Thames cruiser discovers a ‘new world’ up the coast
Sailing North around the Norfolk coast, Julia Jones feels far from home
50th Anniversary Contessa 26 owners’ rally in Lymington.
A loyal fleet celebrates the half-century of an iconic small cruising yacht
One last chance to cruise in Castro’s Cuba
Andrew Smyth grabbed the chance to daysail from Grenada to Cuba before the island changes forever
Stornoway Seeking shelter in the UK’s windiest place – Stornoway is the best in the Outer Hebrides, says Dick Durham
Milford Dock Following the installation of a new lock in Milford Dock, Dag Pike explains why this Pembrokeshire haven is now more useful
Readers share their cruising experiences, including a cruise among the Medway’s islands and a return visit to a Pacific Ocean atoll
GEAR & BOAT REVIEWS
Life saving kit you must have on board
How much safety equipment do you have on board? Duncan Kent looks at what you really need
Used boat test: Westerly Seahawk
Could this be the perfect family cruiser? Duncan Kent finds out why she’s still a popular choice
New boat test: Dehler 42
Despite light winds, Graham Snook reckons Dehler’s new cruiser has performance to match her looks