On sale 11 April, the May 2019 issue of Yachting World sees the award-winning Arcona 435 put through her paces, Matt Sheahan tests an inflatable wingsail yacht, and a skippered catamaran in Sardinia offers Helen Fretter and family a very special charter experience.
Brexit muddle means continued uncertainty for cruisers in Europe
Running on empty, third placed Golden Globe skipper lost 20kg
Maestro Löick Peyron has a new boat for his return to Figaro racing
Where are all the female Clipper Race skippers? asks Dee Caffari
We get aboard an intriguing yacht designed and built to go anywhere in the world, however remote
No limits cruising
What do you need for a boat that really can go anywhere? Find out from the experts in high adventure cruising
Small boat, big ocean
Mentally and physically scarred but with unfinished business, Max Campbell sails his 22ft sloop solo back across the Atlantic
The high life
A skippered catamaran in Sardinia offers Helen Fretter and family a very special charter experience
How barnacles slowed the Golden Globe fleet
New boats and gear
The European Yacht of the Year on test
Weird or wonderful?
The strange looking inflated wing sail is truly innovative. Matthew Sheahan tries a concept that could make sailing easier
The hybrid custom cruiser Shearwater 92
Masterclass with Pip Hare
Choosing the right furler
Tidal windshifts with Mike Broughton
Neil Harvey explains how to win in charter fleet racing
The extraordinary hybrid high latitudes cruiser Qilak.
Photo by Paul Wyeth