For Debi Thornton it took a tragedy to help her realise that time is short and dreams should be realised. Read more
John Hembrow explains how many people and of what calibre to take on a cruising vessel – and why.
A good way to spruce up your yacht's interior is to replace that mouldy headliner, Petrea McCarthy shows you how.
The fleet set off from Saint Lucia for the cruise of a lifetime.
A dream is realised when an opportunity provides a reality for Raylene Symons.
Jack and Jude Binder head into the wild weather of Tasmania's west coast, after nearly two years of peace and security.
Of all sailing superstitions Andrew Brockis details why boat renaming is the worst.
Over the coming years, more dredging will be carried out in the Coomera River, at Jacobs Well, Jumpinpin, Main Channel, Nerang River, North Channel, South Channel, South Wavebreak Island and West Crab Island.
At midnight on December 30, 1899, the Warrimoo lay on the Equator at exactly the point where it crossed the International Date Line. The consequences of this bizarre position were many.
Racing days are finished? Meg Watson shows you how to make your cruising days last forever.
Sailing is a lifetime passion and Andrew Bray shows just how to keep going.
Bruce Nicholson gives you the basics on setting up your electrical wiring.
You can always find the reason not to go, Helen Hennessy lists how they overcame the obstacles.
Knowing the weather is vital, here Malcolm Riley discusses little known pressure tides.
Remember Klinger? With his collection of faded photographs, Tim Cassidy takes a look back at his adventurous journey.
The smallest boat from the fleet, Halmatic 30 Excalibur arrived just hours before the prizegiving and it was an emotional moment for Tim and Caitriona who sailed double-handed.