A boat owner, who is facing a VAT bill and fine from Customs in Portugal, is warning skippers to avoid sailing there from any non-EU country
A scientist studying orca interactions with small sailing yachts off the Iberian Peninsula believes their behaviour will stop once the marine mammals mature
Andy Pag explores why orcas have been damaging yachts off Spain, Portugal and Gibraltar, and how to protect your boat
The Atlantic coast of Europe runs from Ushant to Gibraltar, and, with the Atlantic Islands thrown in, is a vast area of cruising opportunities, says Lu Heikell.
You are making leeway in your Sweden 390. What can you do to correct your course? James Stevens answers your Questions of Seamanship
50-knot squalls, lightning and wind holes meant crossing the Atlantic with climate activist Greta Thunberg was far from plain sailing for Nikki Henderson
The Atlantic Orca Working Group has issued new advice to skippers after over 45 interactions between boats and the killer whale off Spain and Portugal in the last year
As orca interactions with small sailing yachts rise, Katy Stickland investigates if orcas and whales are really a threat to sailors