Cruising

River Rat and Sylvia Talbot are off again exploring new rivers and destinations in places that only a trailer sailer can access.

After five years it was time to leave the Mediterranean, but Brett Campbell decides not via the Atlantic.

First impressions can be difficult to counter, Heather Francis finds sometimes it takes time and experience.

Short in length but Robert Weatherburn looks at its long history through time.

The Queensland grandfather sailed solo, non-stop and the wrong way to complete his dream.

It is always a joy to share the lifestyle but Heather Francis suggests a few ground rules from both sides is a good idea.

Does the introduction of babies into a family curtail one’s dream of circumnavigating? Not if you plan and adapt says Jess lloyd-Mostyn.

Kathryn Hunt finds that the love of wood overcomes all preconceived difficulties.

The three-man vessel crew claimed they were about to lose emergency power because their engine went out three days prior.

Recent incidents have highlighted the challenges of attempting to cross waterway bars in heavy weather and at night.

The Barton Cup, the club’s premiere award, goes to American sailor Randall Reeves for his successful completion of the Figure 8 Voyage, an exceptional and record-breaking voyage circumnavigating Antarctica and the Americas in one season.

Our intrepid first timer, Robert Keeley, continues his journey after crossing Bass Strait.

Mariner Boating Holidays offers a variety of customised holiday experiences to cater to each individual or group’s level of sailing competency

Keen to bring up a family in a sustainable environment can sometimes not be as easy as the dream, writes Krystal Keynes.