Topless and plenty of bottoms in June Cruising Helmsman

Going topless refers to one writer's cautionary tale explaining why he bans brassieres on his yacht. It is actually quite serious! Other serious practical articles this month include an update from a 2012 article on how to get the crazing out of your acrylic windows; plus how one yacht owner realised it was time he took the teak decking off his yacht.

Beginning this month we have a series of articles by one author on how to finally take your dream and make it a reality. His first article explains those first few steps you need to take to stop dreaming. Next month he discusses how to choose the boat that suits you and those dreams you wish to fulfil.

Plus we have plenty more.

The reference to bottoms refers to the fact that the June issue is our Multihull Madness issue. While it is still full of useful practical and destination articles, just about every single story involves a multihull.

In our destinations this month we follow the tough adventure of one catamaran owner in Fiji when Cyclone Winston hit. We visit the southern tip of the Great Barrier Reef and poke our heads into the refuge in Port Phillip that is Queenscliff Yacht Club.

There is a lot more, of course, but you will have to find that out for yourself.

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JPK August 2023
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