Night sailing is bread and butter to an ocean sailor and often crucial to coastal passage making, be it to catch a tide, avoid bad weather or simply to eat…
Summer nights or winter moorings, keeping cold at bay is aways a hot topic. Toby Heppell shows you how to stay snug whether you are sailing in spring, summer, autumn…
Paul Dale has a harrowing near-miss with an unlit freighter at night while on a 110-mile voyage from Trinidad to the Grenadines
You don't need complicated maths or even a sextant to enjoy the night sky and use it for navigation, says William Thomson
Would you know what blue and yellow flashing lights meant while night sailing? James Stevens answers your questions of seamanship
With her husband Theo out of the way, Georgie Stocker shows on her Day Skipper course that she is more than capable of taking charge
Dag Pike considers the age-old adage that using red light preserves your night vision
James Stevens answers your questions of seamanship - this month, can you judge when and how far ships are turning?
From a selection of the latest kit in Yachting Monthly’s New Gear pages
James Stevens answers your Questions of Seamanship. This issue - Geoff is sailing at night with an inexperienced crew when he hears the call 'man overboard'