Elaine Bunting

Editor

seasickness

In one of the largest ever studies into seasickness, we look at remedies and how well they work

Safran main pic

Serious keel and rig failures have plagued this race, but designers say their suggestions of a solution wasn’t taken up by skippers. "We could have sorted this years ago"

Toine Manders

RYA vows to stamp out Dutch MEP's proposal for boat registration, licensing and regular checks

Groupe Bel

A keel has fallen off, another boat has collided with a fishing boat. I take a look at the complications these skippers may face

Mike Golding

The choking emotion of leaving loved ones sums up the privations and real risks these solo sailors face

Sir Keith Mills

The solo class has signed over all their commercial rights to a company set up by Britain's Sir Keith Mills. Is a revolution ahead?

Sam Davies

The only woman racing in the Vendée Globe, Samantha Davies is hugely popular in France. Could she replicate this back home?

Steve Jobs's Venus

A high-tech superyacht is launched posthumously for the co-founder of Apple

Wileman  painting

Objects of beauty for marine artists are interesting muddy creeks, harbour scenes and old yachts

Integrity

This brand new yacht is one man's singular vision and exquisitely built in traditional style

Cowes outer harbour breakwater

Cowes Harbour Commission will manage construction of an outer harbour breakwater for Cowes, which would improve shelter and extend season

Crossbow II

It's the 40th annual Weymouth Speed Week. I look back at inventions whacky and brilliant