Duncan Kent continues his series looking at how to get the most out of your boat. This issue: trimming the mainsail
Handling a catamaran in manoeuvres can sometimes be easier than with a monohull, but there are a few surprising differences. Paul Hayes showed Will Bruton how to do it
Are you getting the most out of your boat? Duncan Wells shows you how a little knowledge can go a long way when you’re heading to windward
Ingmar Hupp encounters fog, a fouled anchor and a 44-knot wakeup call, all while attempting to adapt to rapidly changing conditions
Steve Brown found his series drogue a big asset when riding out foul weather in one of the world's most inhospitable sailing grounds
If you have AIS do you really need to add radar to your equipment package?
James Stevens answers your Questions of Seamanship. This issue - Mike and his crew are unable to use the sails and no battery power. Is it time to use the…
James Stevens answers your Questions of Seamanship. This issue - would you risk cutting the corner to get into harbour quicker?
James Stevens answers your Questions of Seamanship. This issue - with their prop out of action, can the crew sail back to Cowes in a 10-knot westerly and pick up…
There’s a simple way to enhance your watchkeeping abilities, as Colregs Rule 5 obliges every skipper to do. Andy Du Port explains