When buying boat shoes, you face a choice between traditional moccasins that look the part but lack support and cushioning, or modern deck trainers that cover the sporty angle but…
Winter sailing: how to extend your cruising season
Autumn and winter sailing can often provide some truly memorable days afloat. Rachael Sprot shares how to extend your cruising season
I support women in sailing, but…..
Helena Schneider is an experienced solo offshore skipper and sailing instructor, and shares her experience of sailing with mixed crews
Wind, Tide and Oar: fundraiser for new film
A fundraising campaign has been launched for the film, Wind, Tide and Oar which will examine the art of engineless sailing and those who go to sea
Sailing by any means: Editor’s Letter June 2022
Having sold his Sadler 29, Yachting Monthly's editor Theo Stocker is still determined to be out on the water. He looks at the options, as he introduces the June 2022
Sea sailing: making your boat secure
Loose objects can endanger both crew and yacht in rough weather. Checking your boat is secure before sea sailing should be a regular habit, says Andy du Port
How do I get out of a severe broach?
If your boat was about to broach what would you do? James Stevens answers your Questions of Seamanship
The best sailing books & cruising guides of 2021
The best sailing books of 2021? Julia Jones reviews the latest maritime reading
How to take your dog or cat sailing
Taking a dog or cat to sea needs extra thought on a cruising yacht, explains Erin Carey
Should you abandon ship or not?
You've discovered water ingress on board after hitting an object in the water. Should you abandon ship or not? James Stevens answers your questions of seamanship