Despite global economic gloom, recalcitrant trains in the southeast and a complete no-show by the Piccadilly line, a late surge of visitors at the 48th London Boat Show has allowed…

Preview: March 2002

YM reader Brian Hammett discovered the forgotten journal of Arthur Ransome’s honeymoon cruise in the Baltic.

Contents: February 2002

Features Deepwater dynasty Helen Tew’s first Atlantic crossing was at the age of 89. She tells Dick Durham the story of her remarkable family Street’s ahead James Jermain joins sailing…

MoD buys four Challenge 67’s

Challenge Business has sold four Challenge 67' class steel yachts to the Ministry of Defence (MoD) for use by its Joint Services Adventurous Training Centre

Spinnaker pole for good cause

The Clyde Sail Training Trust is on the look-out for a 4.75m spinnaker pole to use on its Rival 41 training yacht, East End Endeavour

South coast marina expands

Sovereign Harbour, on the UK's south coast, is investing GBP250,000 in the second and third phases of pontoon installations in its North Harbour, to meet it says, increased demand for…

Wales gets new marina

Crest Nicholson Marinas are the operators of a new £45 million marina development in North Wales