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Yachting Monthly is at the heart of the British yachting market and is for people who actively sail their boats - whether cruising across the channel, around the coast or further afield in blue waters. It provides an entertaining mix of vital information for cruising yachtsmen with all levels of experience, which maximises their enjoyment, increases their skills and gives them the confidence to broaden their horizons. Yachting World is the most international yachting magazine, known throughout the world and bought and read in over 100 countries. It is synonymous with quality, authority and excellence. From blue water cruiser to super-yacht, Yachting World has the best in nautical writing and photography, up-to-the-minute technical reports, equipment valuation, new boat tests and informed comment. Practical Boat Owner is Britain's biggest-selling boating magazine and a brand readers really trust. A source of useful and helpful information for boat owners, both power and sail, it helps them get the most from their chosen leisure activity. Its affluent, but practically-minded consumers find PBO is a forum for interacting with like-minded individuals. Now in its 100th year, Motor Boat & Yachting is Europe's premier motor cruising magazine. MBY's boat tests are acknowledged as the most authoritative in the business and its technical coverage is without equal. In addition, no other publication offers so many motorboats for sale. Core editorial coverage focuses on boats up to 80ft, while four times a year MBY also carries Custom Yachting, a special focus on 80ft+ boats. The UK's hardest-hitting and favourite motorboating magazine, MBM is firmly focussed on practical motorcruising. With editorial coverage ranging from the booming RIB and sports boat markets right up to 40-foot cruisers and beyond, MBM's comprehensive range of new and secondhand tests ensure that readers are always equipped with the very best buying information.
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Marina Manoeuvres
Jun 2012  (12.00 pages)
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Category: Boat handling / Practical / Seamanship & safety
Description: Bundle_Offer: Marina Manoeuvres
Close-quarter marina manoeuvres (Oct '04) / Step-by-step guide to coming alongside a pontoon (Sept 05) / Starting with the basics, keeping control at low speed, a first multi-point turn. (Mar '12)
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Summer cruising tips
Jun 2012  (11.00 pages)
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Category: Cruising guide / Practical / Seamanship & safety
Description: Bundle_Offer: Summer cruising tips
European cruising cut-out-and-keep guide (Summer 10) / Safety checks, navigation, communications, spares, seasickness, documents, currency, local regulations, engine checks, essential tools (Aug 09) / Sea Safety & Skippers Checklist Safety Card (Aug 04)
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Celestial Navigation guide ( Astro navigation )
Oct 1985 p1-24  (23.50 pages)
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Category: Gear & equipment / Navigation / Practical / Seamanship & safety
Author: Commander Geoff Lewis MBE, Dick Everitt
Description: Complete guide to Celestial Navigation: Declination, hour angles, geographical positions, ironmongery,
the sextant, sextant errors, taking sights, sight corrections, noon sight, lat by polaris, spherical triangle, calculated altitude, sight reduction tables, intercept, sight reduction forms, a running fix, select your star, lat and long by watch.
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Fastnet 79 - the disaster that changed sailing
Aug 2009 p10-41  (28.00 pages)
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Category: Race & racing / Seamanship & safety
Description: Fastnet 1979
The whole story - the facts - Grimalkin - weather - inquiry - rescue today
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Mayday! - YM and RNLI sea safety booklet
Jan 2004  (24.00 pages)
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Category: Cruise account / Practical / Seamanship & safety
Description: Supplement: Mayday!
YM and RNLI supplement includes rescues, weather, dismasting, grounding, explosions and sinking, and real life cruise accounts.
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Project Cape Horn - Heavy weather seamanship
Oct 2013 p36-45  (10.00 pages)
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Category: Cruise account / Seamanship & safety / Weather
Author: David Glenn
Description: Project Cape Horn
It was probably the most ambitious project Yachting World has even undertaken: to head for Cape Horn with high latitudes doyen Skip Novak to make a series on heavy weather seamanship. David Glenn reports from Tierra del Fuego.
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RNLI Safety Cards
Jul 2004  (23.00 pages)
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Category: Seamanship & safety
Description: RNLI Safety Cards
1.Lifejacket checks,2.Skipper's checklist,3.Distress Flares,4.Mayday call,5.Long-range emergency call,6.Helicopter rescue,7.Lifeboat rescue,8.Fire afloat,9.MOB,10.Liferaft equipment,11.Sea survival,12.What to have aboard
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Run down in fog
Aug 2003 p36-46  (10.00 pages)
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Category: Seamanship & safety
Author: Elaine Bunting/Andrew Craig-Bennett/Alan Harper
Description:
Circumstances behind two collisions (Wahkuna & Zest of Belgium): what happens after a serious incident, who investigates, who prosecutes, Collision regs, pressures on container ship crews increasing risk of collision between ships and yachts, advantages a
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Whatever it takes - RNLI rescue
Jun 2014 p28-41  (14.00 pages)
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Category: Profile / Seamanship & safety
Author: Elaine Bunting and Matthew Sheahan
Description: RNLI rescue accounts, the Falmouth Coastguard and a timeline of international rescue.
Around the world, rescue services stand ready to help mariners in need, yet the lengths they will go to are seldom recognised. Elaine visits Falmouth Coastguard, first call for many international rescues and Matthew gets on board with crew.
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'Embayed' in the Bay
Feb 1997 p24  (2.00 pages)
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Category: Cruise account / Seamanship & safety
Author: Malcolm McFarlane
Description: Experiences / Learning from Experience
How not to cross Biscay. 'In torrential rain, huge columns of lightning crashed into the sea all round the boat with a deafening noise and the acrid smell of red hot metal.'
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'How I could have saved my yacht from sinking...'
Sum 2016 p40-41  (2.00 pages)
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Category: Seamanship & safety
Author: Julian Mustoe
Description: Learning curve: How I could have saved my yacht from sinking
The moment his beloved yacht sank in the North Sea, Julian Mustoe started thinking about way he could avoid it happening again. Lessons learned.
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'How strong is that mooring? Can I trust it?' - Moorings
Apr 2017 p76-80  (5.00 pages)
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Category: Practical / Seamanship & safety / Technical
Author: Ben Sutcliffe-Davies
Description: Technical: Guide to how moorings are made up
Most sailors use moorings without knowing much about how they're made up. Ben Sutcliffe-Davies explains.
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'I felt invisible - I was invisible'
Jun 2014 p74-78  (4.00 pages)
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Category: Gear & equipment / Gear tests / Practical / Seamanship & safety
Author: Pip Hare
Description: Gear test: Personal Locator Beacons - PLB, EPIRB, AIS MOB and Flares
The horror of falling overboard at night made ocean racer Pip Hare take search and rescue seriously. She selects the safety items she would never sail without.
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'I was thrown overboard by a rogue wave'
Feb 2017 p48-49  (2.00 pages)
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Category: Cruise account / Seamanship & safety
Author: Corenlis van Rietschoten
Description: Learning curve account: Thrown overboard by a wave
A day sail just six miles off the coast of Sussex turned into a near-death MOB experience for Cornelis van Rietschoten. Includes his lessons learned.
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'My boat hit a container and sank'
Aug 2012 p44-45  (2.00 pages)
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Category: Cruise account / Seamanship & safety
Author: David Robson
Description: Learining curve
David was sailing solo in good visibility when his Moody 39 stopped dead with a crunch he'll never forget.
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'Our safety at night relies on 19th Century thinking' - Anchor lights
Apr 2017 p74-75  (2.00 pages)
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Category: Gear & equipment / Practical / Seamanship & safety
Author: Alastair Buchan
Description: Comment: Lights at anchor
After urging the MCA to update the Colregs to make anchor lights more visible, Alastair Buchan finds himself still in the dark.
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'Rescue helicopter at your 2 o'clock!'
Dec 2004 p80-81  (2.00 pages)
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Category: Seamanship & safety
Author: Rick Raeburn
Description: Sea Safety
Helicopter rescue
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'We lost our rudder 80 miles from shore'
Sep 2012 p38-40  (2.00 pages)
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Category: Cruise account / Seamanship & safety
Author: Gary Deakin & Simon Hutchinson
Description: Learning curve
Army officers Gary and Simon faced a close shave in a Force 7, during the first leg of this year's Yachting Monthly Triangle Race. 'We heartily endorse Yachting Monthly reports about how difficult it is to rig a jury rudder'.
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'We lost steerage taking urgent avoiding action' - No steering near a collision
Nov 2016 p36-38  (3.00 pages)
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Category: Cruise account / Practical / Seamanship & safety
Author: Christine Richings
Description: Learning curve: Losing steerage
With a collision seemingly seconds away, Christine Richings spins her wheel to find she has no control. Looking at the account, lessons learned and Vyv Cox analyses what went wrong, taking a detailed look at the steering cable.
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'What's that funny noise?'
Jul 2010 p46-48  (3.00 pages)
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Category: Seamanship & safety
Author: John MacMullen and Ann Musgrave
Description: Learning curve
John MacMullen and Ann Musgrave are faced with a ruptured stern gland and a forecast of Force 9
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'Why did I volunteer for this?' - RNLI sea survival training
Dec 2016 p28-29  (2.00 pages)
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Category: Seamanship & safety
Author: Niki Tait
Description: Learning curve: RNLI sea survival training
RNLI volunteer Niki Tait undergoes sea survival training at the life-saving organisations Dorset HQ.
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'Women only' cruise
Oct 1993 p82  (2.00 pages)
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Category: Seamanship & safety
Author: Simon Parfitt
Description: Practical Seamanship - The learning curve
Simon finds himself the sole male invited to skipper an all-female cruise. Simon's wife and some friends asked him to provide a boat and skipper it!
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1,500 miles to go with no rudder - Setting up a jury rig drogue
Dec 2015 p32-37  (6.00 pages)
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Category: Cruise account / Practical / Practical, maintenance & repair / Seamanship & safety
Author: Patrick Marshall
Description: Seamanship: Setting up a drogue on our Sweden Yachts 390
When the rudder of his 39-footer broke in mid-Atlantic Patrick Marshall set up a jury-rig, with the support and advice of a radio net, and sailed 1,500 miles to the Caribbean.
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10 commandments for successful cruising
May 2008 p82-88  (6.00 pages)
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Category: Seamanship & safety
Author: Jimmy Cornell
Description: 10 Commandments part 1
1-5 - most important factors for a trouble-free voyage
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10 commandments for successful cruising
Jun 2008 p86-91  (6.00 pages)
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Category: Seamanship & safety
Author: Jimmy Cornell
Description: 10 Commandments part 2
6-10 - most important factors for a trouble-free voyage
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10 seamanship tips for a trouble-free season
Jul 2014 p22-27  (6.00 pages)
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Category: Seamanship & safety
Author: James Stevens
Description: Expert on board - If your sailing tends to be a series of 'unfortunate' incidents,
James shows how you can drastically improve your luck. Stay on top of maintenance. Square away below before casting off. Always moor securely. Teach your crew ropework. Never ignore tidal factors. Always respect lee shores. Know your boats limits.
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10 things to practise in harbour, before you need them at sea
Sep 2016 p17-23  (7.00 pages)
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Category: Practical / Seamanship & safety
Author: James Stevens
Description: Expert on board: A how-to guide of 10 things to practise in harbour
Understand your lifesaving kit; Set storm sails; Draining water from primary fuel filter; Bleeding engine; Changing impeller in engine cooling system; Fitting emergency tiller; Instrument capabilities; Raise the alarm; Unblock heads; Tie rolling hitch.
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10 top tips for competent crew
Oct 2011 p46-47  (2.00 pages)
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Category: Seamanship & safety
Author: Tom Cunliffe
Description: Practical seamanship
When Tom was compiling tips for how to be a great crew, he asked the best crew he's ever sailed with - his wife Ros.
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101 things every yachtsman should know
Dec 2010 p22-29  (8.00 pages)
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Category: Boat handling / Seamanship & safety / Weather
Description: Sea Sense - Crucial cruising knowledge
Expert advice with 101 tips on - Seamanship/Boat Handling/Anchoring/Navigation/Weather/Sea Safety/Boat care and maintenance.
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11 ways to make upwind sailing more fun
Dec 2011 p20-28  (9.00 pages)
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Category: Sails, rigs & rigging / Seamanship & safety
Author: Chris Beeson
Description: Cruising - How to make it more fun for the crew.
How boat trim helps you sail better upwind. How to avoid tiring, terrible tacks. How to trim sails for speed and comfort. What difference a dirty hull makes. Make the passage less lumpy. Why and when to motor-sail. Why faster on one tack than the other.
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