Yachting Monthly - January 2017 (YM0117)


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Yachting Monthly issue YM0117 published by Time Inc.

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See what’s inside our January 2017 issue here… Sailing Skills Expert On Board: Come alongside with confidence Chris Beeson finds the best way to get a line ashore first time, every time Skipper’s tips • Dangers of dodgy dodgers • Balls in the air • Only one way to clean teak • Save money with Nelson • Why every boat needs a grill Practical Seamanship: Crew your way around the world It’s a big world out there. Huw Williams explored it on other people’s boats Christmas Quiz So you think you know your anchor bend from your halyard knot? Test your knowledge with our tricky Christmas sailing quiz Learning curve: Why a shakedown cruise is so important Up the mast in the middle of Biscay, Mungo Morris learns the hard way Cruising Keeping the log Everyone keeps a log to help in navigational crises, but how many actually keep their log books for future enjoyment of old cruises? Sailing with a solo legend Crewing for Sir Robin Knox-Johnston is like giving a fish a bicycle. Dick Durham tries not to get in the way aboard Suhaili Five Good Reasons To Cruise in the Canary Islands Promotional feature Pilotage: The 60-year story of East Coast Rivers Janet Harber looks back at the history of the classic Thames Estuary cruising guide Anchorages Quiet, beautiful bays in North Wales and the Kyles of Bute Cruising log Family sailing in New Zealand and a creative East Coast cruise A helping hand on lift-out day Michael Quincey is glad he has a crew Dodging ice on a cruise to Greenland An Arctic adventure from Ireland Gear & Boat Reviews Competition £1,000 of DeLorme satellite trackers to be won New boat test: Nautitech 46 ‘Fast cruising, wonderful living space.’ Graham Snook fi nds a capable cruising catamaran that’s big on comfort Technical: The cheaper, easier way to perfect sail trim Graham Snook finds an effective DIY alternative to fitting towable jib cars Group gear test: The best headtorch for sailing If you’ve used an LED headtorch, you won’t go back. Duncan Kent tests 16 at sea Used boat test: Sadler 34 David Sadler’s unsinkable cruising yacht has classic ocean-going seaworthiness as well as space and comfort

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Publisher Time Inc.
Title Yachting Monthly
Frequency Monthly
Sector Hobbies & Interests
Date 1 Jan 2017
Month January
Year 2017