Swedish yachts are renowned the world over for their quality, but not necessarily for their speed. Graham Snook tests the Arcona 435 to see why this needs to change
In a year when an unprecedented number of mid-40-foot yachts have been launched, Hanse has thrown its hat into the ring with the 458, but is she up to the…
The Allures 45 was already a good boat, so has the Allures 45.9 taken it to the next level? Graham Snook tests this unique boat to find out
Jonty Pearce reflects on Mel Bartlett's article on the Recreational Craft Directive in the November 2018 edition of Yachting Monthly which leads him to muse on boat design
Red Funnel is now reviewing its procedures for operating in limited visibility after a yacht was sunk in Cowes Harbour by its car ferry Red Falcon
White diesel may replace red at UK marinas following the ruling by the Court of Justice of the European Union
No electricity needed and built for gale-force conditions; windvane self-steering makes sense for coastal cruisers as much as offshore voyagers.
From a selection of the latest kit in Yachting Monthly’s New Gear pages
James Stevens answers your Questions of Seamanship. This issue - how to moor between two piles in tricky conditions
A 33ft yacht sporting a large cockpit, twin helms, wet bar and grill, and down below she has nine berths – surely there must be some mistake?