We show how to identify squalls and prepare the boat and crew to weather them safely so that they can even be enjoyed as an
In the fifth instalment of our bluewater sailing videos, we explain how to set up a spinnaker safely for long downwind passages when
Sailing with a poled out headsail on one side and your main secured on a preventer on the other is a very stable and comfortable
Dan Bower's advice on catching a fish for your supper is the last in our series of Bluewater Sailing Techniques ▻ Become a FREE
SUMMARY OF MY CREWING EXPERIENCES ON OTHER PEOPLES SAILING BOATS. HERE'S AN UPDATED VERSION ON HOW
It's to be avoided if possible, but how do you protect the environment and stop your anchor cable from snagging if you are in an atoll
In many places around the world, and often in the Pacific Islands, the only shelter to be found is inside a coral lagoon. Getting
Choosing a watch system and routine that works for your crew numbers is key to an enjoyable passage. How should you plan it,
Heaving to is an ideal technique for riding out a storm, but there's an art to it in heavy seas. Skip Novak explains how to go about it.
In the second part of our new 12-part series on Advanced Sailing Techniques, professional sailor Pip Hare coaches you through
Impi sailing through squalls in the Pacific ocean with the asymmetric sail. Someone recently asked me about sailing with spinnakers
We show you the best way to stop a boat quickly under downwind sails and remain close to the casualty so you can ensure a
Part one in a series of videos for the purists out there, or those simply looking to go ocean cruising on the cheap. For those who
Presented by www.TheSailingChannel.TV Lin and Larry Pardey's Off-Shore Sailing Series is a collection of 5 videos about the skills
When caught unawares, a squall can be enough to challenge any sailor's sense of enjoyment and can be petrifying and dangerous
The Yachting World team sail to the outer islands of Fiji to try out cruising techniques and experience the joys of the bluewater
A major part of your cruising lifestyle will be spent using your tender. In many of the cruising areas in the tropics, marinas are few
TRAILER... VOL. II: HEAVY WEATHER SAILING This how-to video will ease anxieties about sailing in winds stronger than 20 knots.
In the first video, professional sailor and coach Pip Hare guides you through how to deal with a Chinese gybe. To get the best out of
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