Heading north with deteriorating weather again, skippers plan their routes through the Western Isles and ‘over the top’ to the[…]Read more
Leisure sailing is very popular in the 21st century, and there’s certainly more leisure sailing than working sail nowadays – but people have sailed for pleasure in earlier times as well, take a look at some of the fascinating archive footage and stories . . . linked with some more modern ‘tales of sail’.
It feels pretty lonely catching up with the OGA Round Britain Challenge fleet after a week ‘back at work’ in[…]Read more
Howth Sailing Club’s premier one-design class, the Howth 17s, was established in 1898. The Lambay race dates from 1904 and[…]Read more
Howth Sailing Club was founded in 1895, and its premier one-design class, the Howth 17s designed by club Commodore Herbert[…]Read more
We bring the final part from the skipper’s account of ‘Equinox’, a Cornish Crabber 24, taking part in the OGA50[…]Read more
We bring the second of three parts from the skipper’s account of ‘Equinox’, a Cornish Crabber 24, taking part in[…]Read more
‘Equinox’, a Cornish Crabber 24, took part in the OGA50 ‘Round Britain Challenge’ in 2013 as one of the Relay[…]Read more