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Lionheart Crew Wins America’s Cup J Class Regatta

From J Class Association:   With a dramatic, high stakes final race which was laden with tension until the final run to the finish on a tight and compact race course off Bermuda's Saint Georges, Lionheart [...]

America’s Cup J Class Regatta First Race cancelled

America's Cup J Class Regatta Race 1 Falls Victim to Light Airs Historic Seven J Class Exhibition Race is America's Cup Prelude Next Best Place To Be. Kiwi Seven Time Cup Campaigner Tony Rae Reflects [...]

Tally Ho has a new owner

The famous Albert Strange yacht Tally Ho, which won the Fastnet in 1927, but which has languished ashore for many years at last has a new owner. Leo Goolden – boatbuilder and yachtsman, bought the [...]

NZ to face USA in 35th America’s Cup

Emirates Team New Zealand defeated Sweden's Artemis Racing 5-2 at Bermuda yesterday to win the right to challenge Team Oracle USA in the 35th America's Cup. In some spectacular racing, including 31-year-old Artemis Racing skipper [...]

Tres Hombres towed to safety by RNLI

The engineless trading Tall Ship Tres Hombres had to be towed into North Shields on the Tyne on Sunday June 4 after the engine on her launch broke down. There was no immediate danger to [...]

Rowing and sculling come to Falmouth Classics

A new rowing and sculling event has been added to Falmouth's classic boat regatta schedule The Tilley Endurables Falmouth Classics returns for its 30th anniversary in a few weeks, with a new event designed to [...]

Did You Buy The Wrong Flare Pack?!

  £1,000 Reward – to return Dummy Flare Pack. Andark (Diving and Watersport, based in Swanwick) are looking for the person who purchased a Coastal Flare Pack at Andark’s stand at the Southampton Boat Show [...]

Celebrating World Oceans Day – June 8

Development, security and the oceans A networking event to celebrate World Oceans Day has been organised by Cardiff University. The University’s Crime and Security Research Institute has teamed up with the Sustainable Places Research Institute [...]

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The Latest Issue

Classic Sailor Magazine Issue 16 – June-July 2017

We have some great stories this month. Our coverline: Boats on a budget reflects the amazing bargains that can be snapped up at present - [...]

(In) Competent Crew. How we (hopefully) became more competent – Part Two

It's now been a couple of weeks since part one of our Competent Crew own boat tuition. Which, consisted of 3 very full days going through the RYA syllabus as well as a great deal [...]

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(In) Competent Crew. How we (hopefully) became more competent – Part One

Own Boat Training - Starting Somewhere. Tied up alongside. Putting the days learning into practice. What better way to improve your confidence than to undertake some own boat training. We started with Competent [...]

Sailing with whales – from an editorial: February 2017

Seeing whales at sea in their natural environment is awesome... and respectful   It was on a crossing of the Bay of Biscay on one of those days where a total lack of wind brings [...]

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