It's 110 years since the first Yachting World was published...

  • From the Editor
    It?s 110 years since the first Yachting World was published and we are still moving forward, with a brand new look this month
  • On the wind
    Great pictures of Mari-Cha IV at speed; The Month in view; Pindar scholarship finalists selected; 110 years of Yachting World; blowing up a storm about a wind farm in Portland Bay; and an interview with Jean-Luc Van Den Heede after his spectacular ?wrong-way? round the world record
  • Ellen MacArthur
    In the rush to prepare her B&Q trimaran for her homeward voyage, Ellen finds 1001 things to do

  • Letters to the Editor
    GBR Challenge is on track for the next America?s Cup; attack in Marigot Bay; more advice on radar

  • Robin Knox-Johnston
    Thirty five years ago this April, Robin returned from his solo circumnavigation in Suhaili

  • Gear
    What?s new on the gear front: a ?virtual? view with Looksea; economical oilies;
    a new type of prop shaft rope cutter. Tested: a seriously warm fleece and a seriously strong bag

  • Code O for cruising
    Whitbread veteran Brian Hancock describes how this light air racing sail is catching on among cruisers

  • Leading Edge
    Want to float a company? This could be your floating office

  • Yachts
    New yachts latest: Open 30 in a kit; Mike Birch?s cruising boat; quality 66-footer from New Zealand; Merry Maid reborn

  • On test: Owen Clarke 65
    A cruising boat based on an Open 60? How does that work out?

  • On test: Dehler 34
    A home-grown 34-footer from the Dutch/German company

  • Modern Classics: Swan 46
    In the first of a new series on classic modern yachts much sought after on the brokerage market, David Glenn looks at Nautor?s Swan 46, a performance cruising gem

  • Bountiful Belize
    In the Caribbean but not of it, Belize, with its tiny atolls, coral reefs and lush jungle is more like the South Pacific ? but nearer. Elaine Bunting tries a Moorings charter from Placencia

  • The visionary
    The man behind the ARC ? not Noah, but Jimmy Cornell who was equally prescient about crossing oceans
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  • Sojana ? Peter Harrison?s other yacht
    He already owns four America?s Cup yachts, two Farr 50-footers and a Hallberg-Rassy. Now GBR Challenge?s head man has a 115ft super-cruiser to cruise and race in the Caribbean

  • Cruising
    Piracy in Venezuela; two awards for Arctic cruising; new Feedback colum. Plus a special report on red diesel

  • Cruising Essentials
    Essential information on cruising. This month Beth Leonard looks at sail handling techniques for short-handed sailing

  • Great Seamanship
    Moitessier rides the storm ? French sailor Bernard Moitessier is caught in his worst ever storm off Cape Horn, and begins to hear voices . . .

  • Racing
    Matthew Sheahan introduces our new section on all things racing with a spin on board the new MaxZ86 Pyewacket at the Heineken Regatta, where she and her sistership Morning Glory did a horizon job on the fleet. Plus an interview with Grant Dalton

  • Chasing the Dragon
    Specialist Racing Test ? Mike Kopman sails the K One-Design 33, a modern competitor for the ?gentleman?s racing yacht?, the International Dragon

  • Inside track
    Andrew Preece comments on the racing scene ? this month he wonders what it is that gives the Ainslies and MacArthurs their ability to succeed

  • SuperSail
    Sailing the Super J Ranger; Maltese Falcon, the world?s biggest private yacht; Invader, a Hollywood favourite. Plus two new colums: SuperGear and Captain?s Corner

  • Yachts for sale
    1000s of yachts for sale in our brokerage pages

  • Classified ads
    Boats, bits and books in our classified pages

  • Last word
    Andrew Preece interviews top players in the sport. This month: Glenn Bourke, chief executive of the Volvo Ocean Race