Worlds Champions score at Cleethorpes

1999 World Two-Litre offshore champions, Peter Little and Dave Arthur from Oxford who were voted Power Yachtsmen of the Year in January, maintained their wining form when they led the…

From the Editor: June 2000

May already. Gordon Bennett. With Easter being so late this year I seemed to put the season on hold until all the chocolate was eaten

Jones to continue in new Formula I series

The three-time world champion from Cardiganshire was about to retired when he was offered a chance to team-up with French champion Phillippe Dessertenne

From the Editor: May 2000

It's a question we're often asked: which should I buy, an American or a European-built boat?

From the Editor: April 2000

You can tell times are good, because MDL’s marina berth price hikes are being greeted with total indifference by the rest of the marine industry.

Sunseeker builds a winner

The launch of the new Sunseeker XS2000 high speed sportsboat during the London Boat Show has rekindled enthusiasm for genuine offshore racing.

Victory 4 Narrows Points Gap

Driving the recently rebuilt Victory 4, Mohamed Al Ghaith and Khalfan Harib from Dubai steered their way to top honours at the Fujairah (UAE) Grand Prix, despite being pushed to…

The engines are running again but so is the clock. Will we make our appointed arrival at the Southampton Boat Show to mark the end of the Grand Tour?

Little takes world Two Litre Title

Peter Little and David Arthur from Oxford pummelled the competition at the Cowes Classic over the August bank holiday weekend

Missing Link log 31 August 1999

Crew: Kim Hollamby, Sarah Mitchell From: West India Dock, River Thames, London. To: Calais, France. Port engine start hours: 563.2. Finish hours: 569.9. Hours run: 6.7. Stbd engine start hours:…

Crew: Kim Hollamby, Toby du Pre, Emma Parkin, Jennifer Laird, David Tierney. From: Gillingham Marina, River Medway, Kent. To: West India Dock, River Thames, London. Port engine start hours: 558.0.…

In some walks of life the social season involves large hats, strawberries and venues synonymous with glamour and style, like Ascot, Henley and Glyndebourne.