Yachting World

World’s coolest yachts: USA 17

We ask top sailors and marine industry gurus to choose the coolest and most innovative yachts of our times. This month Thomas Coville nominates USA 17, the 2010 America’s Cup winner Photo: Reuters/Alamy “I’d have loved to sail on the

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How to follow the Ocean Race Europe

After a change of ownership and something of a hiatus, the Ocean Race is due to start in 2022. But before that the first edition of the Ocean Race Europe will begin in May 2021 Alicante stopover. Start. Photo by

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Furlers: All the latest kit on the market

Toby Hodges takes a look at the significant developments that have been a feature of the furler market in the last few years, and picks out some of the best options on the market Easy reefing on the Kraken 66

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Apex 850: First look at giant new superyacht

The planned Apex 850 will instantly take her place as one of the world’s five largest sailing yachts, measuring in at 85m over decks and with a towering 107m mast. Sam Fortescue reports The tie-up between Malcolm McKeon and Royal

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Round the world races: 3 new budget events

With adventure and endurance racing still on the up, particularly in the world of amateur yachting, three new races are due to be launched in the coming year as the boom continues Sea Dragon is a former BT Challenge round

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How to prepare a boat for the season ahead

Abby Ehler gives her advice and top tips on how to prepare a boat for the season ahead, from planning for the worst, to defining your goals, having a checklist for the start of the season is essential. Abby Ehler

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Nordic Cool 105: First look

‘Nordic cool’ is the term that has been given to this new 105ft semi-custom superyacht from Southern Wind. She’s the fifth 105 to be launched, but what sets her apart? Sam Fortescue takes a look Yacht number five in Southern

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Best sailing thermal: baselayers for year-round warmth

Still feeling the chill on the water? Perhaps you want something to keep you warm on a long overnight passage. A good sailing thermal base layer is essential, say Toby Hodges and Rupert Holmes Crewing can offer unbeatable life experiences

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Mid-ocean repairs: Vendée Globe sailors tell all

When planning an ocean passage, how do you ensure you can keep going no matter what? Rupert Holmes finds out what Vendée Globe Skippers can teach us about mid-ocean repairs Some of the damage we saw at the Vendée Globe

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