At least 29 competitive race teams will act as a fleet within a fleet in five of RORC’s offshore events, running through to the Rolex Fastnet Race on 8 August, and including the Island Sailing Club’s Round the Island Race on 3 July.
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The joy of needlecraft has been somewhat lost on Paul after an attempt to stitch together a rudimentary canvas cover ends in much bloodshed
Clarisse hopes to inspire others
Vendée Globe sailor Clarisse Crémer has said she hopes to inspire other female sailors to follow in her wake.
Jeanneau what I mean?
French manufacturer Jeanneau is back with an all new 60’ cruiser that offers a beguiling blend of comfort and performance
Pip Hare and Medallia going for next Vendée - with new boat
The news that British Vendée Globe followers were hoping for was confirmed in May, with the announcement that Pip Hare and sponsor Medallia will continue their partnership for the next Vendée Globe in 2023/24.
Double-Handed Offshore Series blasts off
The new UK Double-Handed Offshore Series started on 1 May, organised by Henry Bomby with other double-handed sailing enthusiasts.
John Goode 1950 - 2021
Tributes have poured in from across the marine industry after the former editor of Sailing Today, John Goode, died on 15 May, aged 71, following a short illness.
Sailing is a capricious sport and the chance to go from hero to zero within the space of minutes is extremely high, as Andy found to his cost
Back to nature
Author Tristan Gooley has made a name for himself as the Natural Navigator. He discusses his life long passion for sailing and how it has helped to shape his career path
A voyage of rediscovery
The Discovery 58 has long been recognized as a superlative blue water cruiser. Toby Heppell steps aboard the latest model to examine how it has developed
Dumbass In The Realm Of Dumas
Sam Jefferson treads in the footsteps of the Count of c as he makes a great escape to the Calanques of Provence
CHARVEL PRO-MOD SERIES
BOSS NEXTONE SPECIAL
ROAD- TESTED Royalty
Christone “Kingfish” Ingram assumes his throne atop the Delta blues tradition
YOUNG 'N' HUNGRY DIRTY HONEY
DIRTY HONEY GUITARIST JOHN NOTTO EXPLAINS WHY THIS RIFF-FUELED LOS ANGELES FOUR-PIECE IS READY FOR LITERALLY ANYTHING — INCLUDING THE BIG, BIG, BIG TIME
AFTER AN 11-YEAR SELF-EXILE, LIZ PHAIR IS BACK IN TOP FORM — WITH SOME UNCOMMON TUNINGS
METALLICA IN THE BLACK
THIRTY YEARS AFTER FAMOUSLY FRACTURING THE WORLD OF METAL (AND HEAVY ROCK IN GENERAL), METALLICA’S SELF-TITLED 1991 MASTERPIECE — AKA THE BLACK ALBUM — IS GETTING THE DELUXE REISSUE TREATMENT. IN THIS EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW, JAMES HETFIELD AND KIRK HAMMETT PULL BACK THE VEIL ON THE ALBUM THAT BECAME “THE MASTER KEY TO EVERYTHING”
PERFECTLY FRANK PERFECTLY
THE TRUE ORIGINS AND EVOLUTION OF EDDIE VAN HALEN’S LEGENDARY FRANKENSTEIN GUITAR
Fingerstyle guru Andy McKee’s first new studio effort in nearly a decade pays homage to Prince and Michael Hedges.
THIRTY YEARS INTO THE GAME, THESE VENERABLE NORWEGIAN EXTREME METALLERS ARE STILL SHAKING THINGS UP WITH “A BIT OF CHAOS”
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Yngwie Malmsteen takes his neoclassical shred to new extremes on Parabellum.