With an onshore wind and little space to manoeuvre, how would you tackle getting into a tight box berth? James Stevens answers your Questions of Seamanship
Promotional feature in association with GJW Direct. Keeping your anodes in good order prevents serious damage on board, says Rubicon 3’s Bruce Jacobs
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The RYA's former Yachtmaster chief examiner, James Stevens answers your questions of seamanship. This month, which is the best route to Guernsey?
Ken Endean explains how to read the water to find fair tides and avoid rough water
A collapsed mast threw an unexpected obstacle in the path of Tim Ainsworth Anstey’s passage from Gotland to mainland Sweden while sailing with friends
The RYA's former Yachtmaster chief examiner, James Stevens answers your questions of seamanship. This month, how would you deal with an MOB?
Checking your lifejacket is in top condition should be done at least every season, says Bruce Jacobs
When Alan England found himself stranded in Greece without crew to assist his return passage, he made a rash decision he was soon to regret
Wind farms want to restrict where yachts can sail around them. The RYA is fighting for freedom of navigation. Stuart Carruthers told Toby Heppell precisely what you can and can’t…