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The Voiles de Saint-Tropez: Stay on course, trim sails accordingly

In agreement with the French Sailing Federation and in accordance with government directives, the Société Nautique de Saint-Tropez confirms the following in...

Classic boat restorations merging high tech with the spirit of the past

The saying goes that the past is a foreign country, but in certain specialist corners of the automotive industry it might be fairer to say that it...

Anna: The modern classic yacht that conceals some serious technology

Anna is a custom 65ft Spirit of Tradition yacht with some very high-tech features concealed beneath her classic exterior, reports Alison Langley

Kathleen Gillett: This gaff-rigged ketch circumnavigated the globe and sailed in the first Sydney-Hobart race.

This gaff-rigged ketch was built for Sydney marine artist, Jack Earl to sail around the world. A founder of...

RYA encourages boaters to continue to support boating networks

From sailing clubs and marinas to class associations and training centres, the RYA is encouraging all boaters to continue to support their...
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