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  • Brokerage tips for listing your boat for sale May 18, 2021
    The founder of Boatshed, Neil Chapman shares tips for listing your boat for sale and the pitfalls to avoidWhen you list your boat, realistic expectation will help you sell quickly.. Credit: Theo Stocker The founder of Boatshed, Neil Chapman shares tips for listing your boat for sale and the pitfalls to avoid The post Brokerage […]
    Theo Stocker
  • Elana Connor solo New Zealand circumnavigation May 18, 2021
    American singlehanded yachtswoman Elana Connor has completed her 3,000-mile fundraising voyage, sailing into Princes Wharf, Auckland to fanfare and accompanied by the Spirit of New Zealand tall shipWindfola and Spirit-of-Adventure Voyage for VOYCE has seen former foster child, Elana Connor complete a 3,000-mile, solo figure-8 route around New Zealand in a 34ft yacht, to raise […]
    Laura Hodgetts
  • Eight bells for sailing instructor and writer John Goode May 17, 2021
    Tributes have been paid to sailor, journalist and sailing instructor John Goode, who has died after a short illnessJohn Goode was renowned for his plain language' teaching methods, particularly in navigation and pilotage. Credit: John Goode Tributes have been paid to sailor, journalist and sailing instructor John Goode, who has died after a short illness […]
    Katy Stickland
  • Essential saildrive checks for your boat May 17, 2021
    Maintaining a saildrive is just as important as caring for the engine itself. Dennison Berwick explains how to give your stern gear some much-needed attentionHow much attention do you really pay to your stern gear? Maintaining a saildrive is just as important as caring for the engine itself. Dennison Berwick explains how to give your […]
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  • You’ve run aground. What do you do now? May 15, 2021
    Would you know what to do if you ran aground? James Stevens answers your questions of seamanshipWhat steps should you take if your yacht is grounded? Credit: Nigel Calder Would you know what to do if your yacht ran aground? James Stevens answers your questions of seamanship The post You’ve run aground. What do you […]
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  • Alex Thomson confirmed for August’s Fastnet Race May 14, 2021
    Alex Thomson Racing has announced that the British skipper will be taking part in his 11th Fastnet Race in August aboard Hugo BossAlex Thomson and his team will begin training next week. Credit: Alex Thomson Racing Alex Thomson Racing has announced that the British skipper will be taking part in his 11th Fastnet Race in […]
    Katy Stickland
  • Tech focus: The future of the chartplotter May 14, 2021
    A new generation of chartplotters offers sailors more processing power than ever before. Sam Fortescue examines what you get when you upgradeGarmin's new GPSMAP X3, as with other MFDs, can display a whole host of data as well as control systems around your boat A new generation of chartplotters offers sailors more processing power than […]
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  • Brexit: As an EU citizen, can I buy and keep a boat in the UK? May 13, 2021
    Yachting Monthly experts help you unravel what the new regulations post-Brexit mean for UK and EU sailors Non-UK residents can buy and keep a boat in the UK. Credit: Alex Ramsey/Alamy Yachting Monthly experts help you unravel what the new regulations post-Brexit mean for UK and EU sailors The post Brexit: As an EU citizen, […]
    Katy Stickland
  • Atlantic challenges with Greta Thunberg May 12, 2021
    50-knot squalls, lightning and wind holes meant crossing the Atlantic with climate activist Greta Thunberg was far from plain sailing for Nikki HendersonSvante and Greta Thunberg on deck with Nikki at the helm, Riley, Elayna and baby Lenny of Sailing La Vagabonde YouTube fame. Credit: Sailing La Vagabonde 50-knot squalls, lightning and wind holes meant […]
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  • What are the Brexit VAT implications of keeping my boat in France and the UK? May 11, 2021
    Yachting Monthly experts help you unravel what the new regulations post-Brexit mean for UK and EU sailors EU VAT-paid boats belonging to UK residents immediately become liable for UK VAT on entering the UK. Credit: Gary Le Feuvre/Alamy Yachting Monthly experts help you unravel what the new regulations post-Brexit mean for UK and EU sailors […]
    Katy Stickland