The Lymans explore Antigua, Martinique, Guadeloupe and Dominica during a four-week adventure.
Sailor profiles, interviews, and Q&A stories
“In the cockpit, there was a beautiful Sestrel binnacle compass with an artistic fleur-de-lis pointing north.”
One lucky winner was selected from everyone who signed up for Cruising World’s weekly enews at the Newport Boat Show.
How a noted Cruising World contributor plans to mark a milestone.
Sailing with a ship’s cat has major pros and a few cons. Always check for entry restrictions in each new port.
Is cruising with a young family the right choice?
A who’s who of sailors contribute to a profile about the the American Olympics gold medalist and America’s Cup skipper.
In Offshore High, marine author Herb McCormick profiles the founders of the Offshore Sailing School, Steve and Doris Colgate.
The ongoing pandemic continues to create uncertainties for a sailing family, but COVID restrictions don’t stop them from visiting friends and relatives back in the States.
Two boats, two stories and a single common denominator in the journey of a lover of boats: the talented builder and designer who tied everything together.
Ah, the cruising life! While the rewards are awesome, the work is real. Sometimes, you have a bad day. That happened to us recently, so in the interest of keeping it real – we are FAR from infallible! – it is related below, in Jamie’s words.
A young couple heads out in an old sailboat to explore the Caribbean, and ends up starting a nonprofit that aims to teach island kids how to sail.