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Golden Globe Race: Kirsten Neuschafer on her race so far Печать E-mail

South African skipper Kirsten Neuschafer is currently in third place, and has been sailing up to 170 miles a day in her Cape George 36 cutter

Golden Globe Race: Kirsten Neuschafer on her race so farKirsten Neuschafer has been making some impressive sea miles — up to 170 miles a day — in her Cape George 36. Credit: Nora Havel/GGR

‘Things are going really well. I have no complaints and I am really…

 
Expert advice: sailing instruments Печать E-mail

Yachting Monthly's expert panel of cruisers gather their top tips and expert advice when it comes to using and understanding sailing instruments

Expert advice: sailing instruments

Sailing instruments are a key part of our boating experience and have been since before the invention of the chronometer.

But there is no denying that as technology evolves sailing instrumentation has…

 
Yachting Monthly is hiring! Печать E-mail

Yachting Monthly, the UK's foremost yacht cruising magazine, is looking for a new deputy editor

Yachting Monthly is hiring!

We are looking for a talented Deputy Editor to join the team. Reporting to Yachting Monthly’s editor, we’re looking for someone who has sailing and cruising experience, coupled with writing and editorial experience, to join the team on a full-time basis.

Y…

 
Introduction to Yacht Design: book review Печать E-mail

Introduction to Yacht Design explains the characteristics of boat design in a straightforward and understandable manner. Reading it would benefit most boat owners

Introduction to Yacht Design: book review

Introduction to Yacht Design
Ian Nicolson
Fernhurst, £15.99

I was oddly startled to receive this book.

It seemed to hark back to the days when boats were generally built using wood and…

 
Alistair MacLean’s War: book review Печать E-mail

Alistair MacLean's War is a fascinating delve into the writer's time in the Navy between 1941–1954, an experience which inspired many of his novels

Alistair MacLean’s War: book review

Alistair MacLean’s War
Mark Simmons
Pen & Sword, £20

‘Alistair MacLean was a giant figure when I was growing up,’ writes massively-successful thriller writer, Lee Child, in his foreword to this book.

So…

 
Heavy Weather Sailing: book review Печать E-mail

Considered by many to be one of the most important books to have onboard, this latest edition of Heavy Weather Sailing deserves a place on your bookshelf, says Julia Jones

Heavy Weather Sailing: book review

Heavy Weather Sailing (8th edition)
Peter Bruce and Martin Thomas
Adlard Coles, £39.99

Former Ocean Cruising Club Commodore Martin Thomas joins Peter Bruce for the latest edition of…

 
Through hull fittings: bronze or plastic? Печать E-mail

When it comes to through hull fittings do you opt for bronze or plastic? Surveyor Ben Sutcliffe-Davies shares answers a Yachting Monthly reader's question

Through hull fittings: bronze or plastic?Are plastic composite seacocks as good as bronze?

I recently had a scary experience with one of my through hull fittings breaking.

I want to replace them all and would like some advice on bronze…

 
Damien Guillou: Golden Globe Race 2022 skipper Печать E-mail

Offshore solo sailor Damien Guillou is the French favourite for the 2022 Golden Globe Race, and is racing in the Rustler 36, PRB

Damien Guillou: Golden Globe Race 2022 skipperDamien Guillou had to learn how to use a sextant for the 2022 Golden Globe Race. Credit: Getty

Damien Guillou is one of the few professional sailors taking part in the 2022 Golden Globe Race, and was hand picked by…

 
Golden Globe Race: the leaders search for wind Печать E-mail

British skipper Simon Curwen is continuing to lead the Golden Globe Race, but some of his rivals are making the most of a small low pressure system to catch up!

A sailor sailing his boat in windUK skipper Simon Curwen is still leading the Golden Globe Race fleet, but for how long? Credit: Josh Marr

A lack of wind south west of the Cape Verde islands is causing frustrations for Golde

 
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