Queasy does it

In the first of his reports from on board Magellan Alpha in the Around Alone's final Leg, Mike Garside tries to find his sea legs

Mast down, spirit intact

Brad Van Liew recounts the final moments before his dismasting in Leg 4 of the Around Alone as he heads back to Punta under jury rig

May Contents

Cruising family run down and left for dead, New Zealand prepares for the 30th America's Cup, Stability - do the rules stand up?

June Preview

Panama - the vital link, The men to beat - we look at the strategies for winning the America's Cup.

Clipper fleet heads for Singapore

After a marvellous stay in Hong Kong, the Clipper fleet once more heads over the start line, this time bound for Singapore. Abigail Sollars reports from the start line

Playstation sets 580 miles 24 hour record

The record for the greatest distance covered under sail in 24 hours was broken on Saturday March 27th by PlayStation, Steve Fossett’s new maxi-catamaran designed by California-based duo Gino Morelli…

This one’s for Harry

Riding in the hearts of Saito and Hunter, the gone-but-not-forgotten English yachtsman Harry Mitchell finally earns his golden earring

yess Round Britain record attempt

The Belgian Whitbread 60 yess, skippered by Piet Smet, was due to start her attempt on the Round Britain and Ireland record between 1200 and 1400 hours today, 22 March.…

Due South of the Horn

Aussie Class II skipper Hunter is to put the Southern Ocean behind him today, while Petersen and Saito are on a drifter

May Preview

Death on the High Seas, South American Odyssey, the Farr 50 on test and more.

April Contents

Southern Ocean Hero: Autissier's Capsize, Spirit of Diana and are Open 60's too dangerous?

A tough voyage finished

On 15 March: Thiercelin wraps up arduous Leg 3 journey with a second-place finish in Class I


The old knife-thrower scores a bull's-eye - Mouligne tacks into Punta to take top Class II honours once again

Soldini diverts once more

Following Thiercelin's dismasting drama this morning, Soldini has diverted to offer support following concerns about Thiercelin's communication systems

Jimmmy Cornell reports from Antarctica

What turned out to be our last day in Antarctica was also the most beautiful. Perfect is, in fact, the only word to describe it. After a rendezvous with the…

Garside’s knockdown

In his latest report from on board Magellan Alpha, Mike Garside describes his knockdown as he was heading for Autissier's EPIRB

Hall: ‘I am devastated.’

From on board the crippled Gartmore Investment, Josh Hall wrote on 12 February: As you can imagine I am devastated – we had the boat running so sweetly – the…