Hone your skills, if you have any. Above all, though, just enjoy yourself.
Sailor profiles, interviews, and Q&A stories
Being far away from loved ones has its costs, sometimes to relationships that, sadly, run out of time.
Spending time aboard racing sailboats can make cruising better. Plus, racing is just plain fun.
When she was 14 years old, Dawn Riley decided she wanted to race in the America’s Cup. Eleven years later, she was doing just that.
Cruising World wins nine awards in BWI annual writing and photography contest.
Having the right buddy boat can make the cruising experience even more fun, educational and memorable.
A Little Harbor 44 once owned by designer Ted Hood becomes a couple’s years-long home for adventure.
Noob cruiser David Blake Fischer sounds off on anchoring, low tides, full moons, and keeping your shirt on.
Charley Morgan, who forged a legendary career in the marine industry, passed away shortly after the new year.
At 78, I decided I wasn’t going to let my age get in the way of making memories of a lifetime with my son.
Although the ARC Plus was originally designed as a way for sailors to cross the Atlantic in the safety of a group, many sailors now take part for the community and camaraderie.
This briny green shoot, found just above the high-tide line, adds a zing to seafood and stir-fry.