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  • Best boat cooker: how to choose an oven of grill for your boat July 5, 2022
    Is your pie piping hot? Does your toast brown evenly? Does your kettle boil briskly? If not, you may need a new boat cooker. Chris Beeson tests ten of the best Whether you’re roasting a chicken with two veg, browning a gratin and steaming new potatoes, or just warming a pasty …Continue reading » The […]
    Toby Heppell
  • New liferaft buoyancy standards after fatal accident July 4, 2022
    All non-SOLAS float-free launching liferafts must now have sufficient buoyancy to trigger the inflation mechanism once it has been released from the cradle Joanna C’s liferaft failed to inflate when the vessel sank. New buoyancy standards have now been introduced. Credit: MAIB All non-SOLAS float-free launching liferafts must now have sufficient buoyancy to trigger the […]
    Katy Stickland
  • Apparent wind: How to predict it and use it to your advantage July 1, 2022
    Predicting changes in apparent wind will make you a safer, faster sailor, says Martin WattsKnowing what to do when the apparent wind changes could be the difference between accelerating smoothly and broaching badly. Credit: Graham Snook/Yachting Monthly Predicting changes in apparent wind will make you a safer, faster sailor, says Martin Watts The post Apparent […]
    Katy Stickland
  • B&G renew sponsorship of the Brian Black Memorial Award for 2022 July 1, 2022
    B&G are one of the key backers of this award for outstanding marine environmental journalism, in association with Yachting Monthly...Polluted Paradise by Sophie Dingwall was the winner of the inaugural Brian Black Memorial Award World-leading sailing navigation and instrument specialist B&G will be continuing to support the Yachting Monthly Brian Black Memorial Award in …Continue […]
    B & G
  • A Tale of Two Yachts: book review July 1, 2022
    A Tale of Two Yachts is a fascinating account of two voyages, over 85 years apart, to New Zealand, says Julia Jones A Tale of Two Yachts is a fascinating account of two voyages, over 85 years apart, to New Zealand, says Julia Jones The post A Tale of Two Yachts: book review appeared first […]
    Julia Jones
  • Germany and Denmark pilot guide: book review July 1, 2022
    Germany and Denmark is one of the best new pilot guides for this area of the Baltic, and should be essential reading for anyone choosing to cruise there, says Julia Jones Germany and Denmark is one of the best new pilot guides for this area of the Baltic, and should be essential reading for anyone […]
    Julia Jones
  • The Temptress Voyages: book review July 1, 2022
    The Temptress Voyages is a sailing classic covering the Atlantic crossings of pioneering sailor, Edward Allcard and deserves a place in your library, says Julia Jones The Temptress Voyages is a sailing classic covering the Atlantic crossings of pioneering sailor, Edward Allcard and deserves a place in your library, says Julia Jones The post The […]
    Julia Jones
  • Tapio Lehtinen: Golden Globe Race 2022 skipper June 30, 2022
    Tapio Lehtinen finished fifth in the 2018 Golden Globe Race. He is now back for 2022, determined to put his barnacle blight, which slowed him down in the last race, behind himTapio Lehtinen hopes to better his fifth placed finish in the 2018 Golden Globe Race. Credit: Christophe Favreau/PPL/GGR Tapio Lehtinen finished fifth in the […]
    Katy Stickland
  • Best multihulls: We pick the best two and three hulled yachts June 29, 2022
    Rupert Holmes picks the best multihulls for cruising focussing on the most popular and interesting mid-size multihulls from 37-43ft Few of us can have failed to see the rapid growth of interest in multihulls and this formerly niche sector …Continue reading » The post Best multihulls: We pick the best two and three hulled yachts […]
    Rupert Holmes
  • Best vacuum flask: we test some of the market leaders June 28, 2022
    Whether you’re on watch or puttering off to a secluded beach for lunch, getting the best vacuum flask is a boost to any boat. Chris Beeson tests nine costing from £10 to £32 When you’re on watch, few things will revive you like a piping hot cup of tea of coffee. Having it …Continue reading […]
    Chris Beeson