The RYA's former Yachtmaster chief examiner, James Stevens answers your questions of seamanship. This month, without getting into the water could you clear a line wrapped around the propeller?
Each handwritten scroll is 100ft long and provides details of Sir Alec Rose’s circumnavigation aboard his ketch Lively Lady and his life
The German boatbuilder Bente is looking for new investors after filing for bankruptcy earlier this month
Welcome to a brand new issue of Yachting Monthly, jam-packed with great features, including: SAILING SKILLS Charter Skills • Charter boat checks • Stern-to mooring • Cat sailing Skippers’ Tips…
Welcome to the March 2020 issue of Yachting Monthly, on sale 30 January
Sailor and painter Hamish Haswell-Smith, who was known for his bestselling book The Scottish Islands, has died aged 90
The equipment you’ll need for the splice is: D12 Dyneema A tape measure A low-friction ring A marker pen A sharp knife A fid – we’re using the outside of…
Light winds don’t usually make for fast or enjoyable boat tests, but most boats tested aren’t like X-Yachts’ new X40. Graham Snook heads to Denmark to put her through her…
The RYA's former Yachtmaster chief examiner, James Stevens answers your questions of seamanship. This month with a fresh onshore wind and a strong ebb is the harbour bar passable?
Dag Pike considers the age-old adage that using red light preserves your night vision