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  • Sailing on the Edge: alone across the Atlantic: Book review October 16, 2021
    Julia Jones, Yachting Monthly's literary reviewer discusses Sailing on the Edge: alone across the Atlantic by Peter Keating: "certainly one of the more unusual Atlantic-crossing accounts." Julia Jones, Yachting Monthly's literary reviewer discusses Sailing on the Edge: alone across the Atlantic by Peter Keating: "certainly one of the more unusual Atlantic-crossing accounts." The post Sailing […]
    Laura Hodgetts
  • Cruising after Brexit and sailing in Europe October 15, 2021
    As Europe begins to open up again for cruising, Lu Heikell looks at the implications of Brexit on UK sailors cruising to the EU, and what steps they need to take for a stress-free trip If you are accustomed to spending a few months of the year in the Mediterranean, or anywhere in Europe, you […]
    Katy Stickland
  • Best Christmas gifts for sailors: Our top tested gear and boating books of 2021 October 15, 2021
    Stuck for a Christmas gift idea for the sailor in your life? We choose the best Christmas gifts for sailors which are guaranteed to put a smile on their face on 25 December Stuck for a Christmas gift idea for the sailor in your life? We choose the best Christmas gifts for sailors which are […]
    Katy Stickland
  • The Complete Yachtmaster (10th edition): Book review October 15, 2021
    Julia Jones, Yachting Monthly's literary reviewer discusses The Complete Yachtmaster (10th edition), by Tom Cunliffe: "This isn’t a comprehensive book but it’s an invaluable one." Julia Jones, Yachting Monthly's literary reviewer discusses The Complete Yachtmaster (10th edition), by Tom Cunliffe: "This isn’t a comprehensive book but it’s an invaluable one." The post The Complete Yachtmaster […]
    Laura Hodgetts
  • The Secret Life of Fish: Book review October 15, 2021
    Julia Jones, Yachting Monthly's literary reviewer discusses The Secret Life of Fish by Doug Mackay-Hope: "Now here’s a book I’d be happy to be given." Julia Jones, Yachting Monthly's literary reviewer discusses The Secret Life of Fish by Doug Mackay-Hope: "Now here’s a book I’d be happy to be given." The post The Secret Life […]
    Laura Hodgetts
  • Golden Globe Race 2022: The Long Way October 14, 2021
    Katy Stickland meets the skippers turning their backs on modern technology to take part in the slowest yacht race around the world - the Golden Globe Race 2022Australian Mark Sinclair plans to sail via Cape Horn to the start line of the 2022 race, and will be leaving Australia in December 2021. Credit: Christophe Favreau/PPL/GGR […]
    Katy Stickland
  • Bird watching by boat: 10 of the best places in the UK & Ireland October 14, 2021
    Seabirds and sailors have always shared a special kind of bond. Our experts reveal the top locations to go bird watching by boat in Great Britain and IrelandBe careful not to disturb colonies when bird watching by boat. Credit: Sarah Brown Seabirds and sailors have always shared a special kind of bond. Our experts reveal […]
    Katy Stickland
  • Practical Skipper – essential checklists: Book review October 13, 2021
    Julia Jones, Yachting Monthly's literary reviewer discusses Practical Skipper by Bill Johnson: an aide memoire for the techniques that one may have learned quite comfortably when in the care of an instructor. Julia Jones, Yachting Monthly's literary reviewer discusses Practical Skipper by Bill Johnson: an aide memoire for the techniques that one may have learned […]
    Laura Hodgetts
  • Sutton Hoo ship: To sail or not to sail October 13, 2021
    82 years after the ghostly remains of the Sutton Hoo ship were discovered the debate still rages - was the longboat propelled by sail, oar or a mixture of both? Bruce Stannard investigates Was the Sutton Hoo Ship rowed or sailed? Building a replica of the vessel should answer this question once and for all. […]
    Katy Stickland
  • Escape to the action – Editor’s letter November 2021 October 13, 2021
    While many cruises take us away from civilisation, there is an alternative, particularly if a storm is inbound.... Theo Stocker introduces the November 2021 issue of Yachting MonthlyCredit Sarah Knapton / Harbour Master Sailing Challenge While many cruises take us away from civilisation, there is an alternative, particularly if a storm is inbound.... Theo Stocker […]
    Theo Stocker