The new issue of Sailing Today with Yachts & Yachting is out now and features the latest from the cruising world as well as great practical advice for all sailors this summer.
We sailed in the Round the Island Race’s 90th anniversary with the Disabled Sailors Association and the Gwennili Trust.
In a big Olympic preview we look at the runners and riders as the sailing regatta gets underway in Japan.
Our columnists are some of the most respected names in the sailing world – Paul Heiney, Andy Rice, Andi Robertson and Tom Cunliffe. We also have blue water cruiser Jess Lloyd-Mostyn, who writes on the joys of bringing up kids afloat.
We’re in Scotland exploring the west coast of Scotland with a cruise around Islay.
Our Gull’s Eye article this month focuses on Lowestoft Haven Marina, with expert tips on local pilotage and more.
An unintended adventure ensued when Covid restrictions reshaped a Caribbean cruise, but it wasn’t all bad, as this photo suggests. The full gripping story is told in this issue.
Our boat test in the Windelo 50. Editor Sam Jefferson tests this French catamaran with an extraordinary story.
Our Buyer’s Guide article in this issue updates you on the latest innovations in the world of safety kit.
We have a major preview of the Southampton International Boat – 10 reasons why we’re looking forward to this year’s show.
There is plenty more in this new packed issue of Sailing Today with Yachts & Yachting. We hope you enjoy it!
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