Hanse have long produced stylish cruisers that are comfortable to live on and perform well under sail. The new Hanse 460, which is a completely new hull, incorporates many of…
The Dufour 32 promises to be sporty and fun to sail. Theo Stocker takes a look at the new baby in the smaller cruising yacht market
Theo Stocker looks over the new Jeanneau 380, the latest of the Sun Odyssey range to be updated
Explore 10 literary locations in the UK and Ireland and discover the anchorages, harbours, islands and coastal towns which inspired writers to put pen to paper
Sailing upstream is a magical experience. Our experts choose 10 enchanting rivers and estuaries to explore in the UK and Ireland
From sailing clothing to bags the marine market has seen something of a trend in recent years with designs inspired by the past and the newly re-released Spinnaker Dumas watch…
Julia Jones, Yachting Monthly's literary reviewer discusses Seamanship 2.0, which consistently takes the approach that the best cure is prevention
Julia Jones, Yachting Monthly's literary reviewer discusses Dick Carter: yacht designer – an autobiography from the winner of the 1965 Fastnet Race with Rabbit, his first ever design.
Julia Jones, Yachting Monthly's literary reviewer discusses The New Crew’s Pocketbook – a useful little book that is intended to be read in advance of a first sailing trip and kept…
Julia Jones, Yachting Monthly's literary reviewer looks at Treasured Islands – A travel guide with an unusual range – offering ‘200 of the most beautiful and intriguing islands around Britain’.