Duncan Kent looks at the enduring appeal of this versatile yacht which is suitable for blue water as well as coastal cruising

Boats anchored at Porth Conger at St Agnes, Isle of Scilly

St Agnes is a magical place, the last point of land before the Bishop Rock Lighthouse and the open Atlantic Ocean beyond. It is really two islands, the main island…

A BTC-22 on the Solent

As the first sporty 22-footer we have seen from a British builder in a long time, the BTC-22 is set to fill a significant gap in the market, as David…

Blondie Hasler at the start of the 1964 OSTAR

Blondie Hasler's biographer Ewen Southby-Tailyour looks at the origin of the Corinthian race and its enduring legacy

A yacht cruising past a wind farm

Wind farms want to restrict where yachts can sail around them. The RYA is fighting for freedom of navigation. Stuart Carruthers told Toby Heppell precisely what you can and can’t…

A yacht sailing into fog

Not many of us would happily set sail in fog but sometimes it is unavoidable, and knowing how to avoid collisions is crucial, says Andy du Port

ColRegs Yachts sailing in Cowes

Andy du Port explains the history of how the ColRegs were founded and suggests they might be due an update