Planning to spend the night away from crowded waters can be truly rewarding but preparation is essential before you go wild cruising, says Dag Pike
When it comes to putting out anchor chain, most of us follow a basic ratio rule of thumb, but we should be taking wind and tide into account, argues Christopher…
Ken Endean finds that fine weather can turn violent after dark
James Stevens answers your questions of seamanship - this month, is radar enough for a foggy Channel crossing?
Golden Globe Race skipper Uku Randmaa will have 72 hours added to his finish time after being given the time penalty for receiving weather routing via HAM Radio
Beyond Biscay is a diverse coastal cruising ground and the route to the warm waters of the Mediterranean. Will Bruton reveals the best ways to cross this notorious rite of…
Golden Globe Race skipper Mark Slats has said he is thinking of retiring from the race after being banned from broadcasting on the HAM radio net
James Stevens answers your questions of seamanship - this month, with increasing headwinds forecast is it best to leave now or wait for a better forecast?
Why we love winter ... the editor's welcome to the December issue of Yachting Monthly
Adam Dunlop and his wife Maria learned a few hard lessons when their engine started to struggle mid-Channel in worse conditions than forecast