The RYA's former Yachtmaster chief examiner, James Stevens answers your questions of seamanship. This month, how would you cope with another boat anchoring too close?
Dag Pike finds shelter from westerly breezes at Ilfracombe and discovers it is a must-visit for foodie cruisers
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The history and natural beauty make this secluded Scottish anchorage in the Out Skerries an idyllic place to drop the hook, says Jonty Pearce
This quaint North Devon anchorage is a peaceful haven offering protection from southwesterlies, says Dag Pike
Dag Pike finds shelter from brisk westerly winds in this picturesque and historic Welsh harbour on the north coast
Vyv Cox discovers this tiny harbour on the Methana peninsula and enjoys Greek hospitality and charm in abundance
James Stevens answers your questions of seamanship - this month, would you know what to do if you had to leave an anchorage quickly to retrieve your dinghy?
Dag Pike finds a quiet bay on the Scottish island of Great Cumbrae in which to drop the pick
This quintessential English village on the River Dart in Devon offers an anchorage with excellent shelter, says Ken Endean