The best of British cruising...

  • The best of British cruising.
    For roti read pasty and instead of rum punch try Tinners and Tribute ales ? or a drop of finest Malt Whisky ? as Yachting World rediscovers some of the joys of UK cruising. We feature two glorious weeks in the West Country between Torquay and Helford and a week in July nosing some of Scotland?s finest spirits on the Classic Malts Cruise.

  • They sailed away for a year and a day . . .
    . . . which is how long conventional wisdom considers it takes to complete an Atlantic circuit and a season in the Caribbean. But Colin and Teg Berry had only six months for the trip in their Rustler 36 Calema. They discuss the practicalities of such a whistle-stop tour

  • Mini-malist
    A fleet of the wildest, wackiest and smallest ocean racing boats ? they?re too small to be called yachts ? leaves La Rochelle in early September for the Mini Transat. We sail one of the latest breed of mini flying machines and talk to some of the growing number of Brits taking part.

  • Plus: latest details on the new VOR 70 and two 50-footers tested, the Contest 50 and Island Packet 485