Golden Globe Race skippers share their experiences of ocean storms, providing lessons for all of us about how to cope with heavy weather
With just over a 1,000 miles left until he finishes his Golden Globe Race, skipper Tapio Lehtinen has rendezvoused at sea with a team from the self-steering firm, Windpilot
After 263 days alone at sea, American-Hungarian Golden Globe Race skipper, Istvan Kopar has crossed the finish line
Golden Globe Race skipper Istvan Kopar is now within 250 miles of the finish line at Les Sables d'Olonne in France but is still being plagued by steering issues
Golden Globe Race entrants Uku Randmaa and Istvan Kopar have both had to seek medical advice as they battle for a podium position
Golden Globe Race skipper Loïc Lepage, is now safely onboard the bulk carrier Shiosai after his Nicholson 32 MK X dismasted and began taking on water some 600 miles south…
No electricity needed and built for gale-force conditions; windvane self-steering makes sense for coastal cruisers as much as offshore voyagers.
Palestinian skipper Nabil Amra has officially retired from the Golden Globe Race. He is heading into port with self steering problems