Rounding the fearsome Cape Wrath in Scotland proves something of an anti-climax for Jonty Pearce as he cruises north of Ullapool and the Summer Isles
Jonty Pearce reflects on why it is so important to make time to relax, as he enjoys a lazy passage close to home
Once underway, coping without crew isn't too hard but manoeuvres can be tricky. Professional skipper Simon Phillips shares his shorthanded experience
James Stevens answers your questions of seamanship - this month, is radar enough for a foggy Channel crossing?
The UK Government has announced it will be asking sailors what impact a ban on red diesel will have and when the ban can be introduced
The Cruising Association considers what a no-deal Brexit might mean for UK sailors
The RYA is encouraging east coast and Welsh cruisers to look in detail at eight proposed windfarm sites in England and Wales, which are being considered by the Crown Estate
White diesel may replace red at UK marinas following the ruling by the European Court of Justice
No electricity needed and built for gale-force conditions; windvane self-steering makes sense for coastal cruisers as much as offshore voyagers.
James Stevens answers your Questions of Seamanship. This issue - when is the best time to leave port when faced with a strong tidal stream and overfalls?