In the Summer 2017 issue of Practical Boat Owner magazine...
It is 50 years since Sir Francis Chichester sailed solo around the world in Gipsy Moth IV. To celebrate, she is sailing around Britain, stopping at 14 ports.
The 35th America’s Cup will see ORACLE TEAM USA attempt to become just the second team in history to win three consecutive America’s Cup matches.
Are you sitting comfortably? Let’s hope so – especially when climbing the mast. Ben Meakins tests the comfort, safety and build quality of 12 bosun’s chairs
British Marine Boat Shows has unveiled its first attraction for the new Boating & Watersports Holiday Show 2018, which will run alongside the new five-day London Boat Show.
Vendée Globe sailing star Alex Thomson will officially open the Gosport Marine Festival this Saturday, 27 May.
Euan Crawford experienced mixed fortunes when he and his girlfriend sailed their uninsured, un-surveyed, 30-year-old Raven 26 from New Zealand to Fiji.
More than 880 yachts have so far signed up to the 2017 Round the Island Race, which will be taking place on Saturday 1 July with a first start of
Charmian Entwistle recommends Castlebay, Barra as a charming stopping-off point when visiting the Outer Hebrides...
This 2,400 mile voyage will see 100+ young people take part in a national sailing relay around the British Isles, stopping at more than 60 towns and ports.
The Volvo Ocean Race has solved the question of whether its future should be monohull or multihull – by opting for both.
We examine what the Recreational Craft Directive requirements really mean, and test the traditional tiller pilot against a modern, stabilised version.
In the July 2017 issue of Practical Boat Owner magazine...
If you can navigate when you can’t see where you’re going, you’re a genius, says PBO columnist Dave Selby
Returning for its 49th year, the Southampton Boat Show is planning to get more people than ever before participating in boating and watersports activities.
Henderson Island, one of the world’s most remote islands in the South Pacific, has been found to be littered with an estimated 37.7million pieces of plastic.
The two crew who were feared missing have made contact with North Yorkshire Police to say they are safe and well.
An extensive search across the Yorkshire coast is being carried out after a yacht was spotted aground in the early hours of this morning.
The Isle of Wight yachtsman aims to become the first disabled sailor to achieve a non-stop round Britain and Ireland voyage.
New data required to demonstrate the danger of poorly marked fishing gear to recreational boaters
"The crew of the yacht had managed to free the mast, not an easy task in 30 knots of wind" said Mumbles lifeboat deputy second coxswain James Bolter