5 Tips For Designing Your Own Boat

Posted on October 15, 2013 by under Boating

Whether you have been sailing for years, or just starting out, you may have at some point considered designing your own boat. Well, the good news, is it’s not impossible and you may actually enjoy it. While it may at first seem quite daunting, like any other aspect of DIY it’s about planning, preparation and […]

British Boating: The Best Spots For Sailing In The UK

Posted on September 4, 2013 by under Boating, Sailing, Sailing Training Courses

Say what you want about British weather conditions (and chances are you’ll have a lot to say about that topic!), the fact remains that our Scepter’d Isle has more than a few fantastic spots for sailing, both inland and offshore. We concede that conditions up and down the country can indeed be… variable.  However, any […]

The Rise Of The Inflatable Boat In Modern Sailing Circles

Posted on June 17, 2013 by under Boating, Uncategorized

Rigid-hull inflatable boats have been used in the mainstream for decades –  they’re a versatile class of vessel, and they’re suited to a number of roles. In essence, rigid inflatable boats are powerboats, fitted with inflatable tubing around the sides of the hull. They’re useful for several different tasks, and are subject to growing demand […]