Grand Tour Day 11

A F7 NE keeps us from our original aim of testing a re-engined Fairline 36 Turbo, so we decide to make the best of a sunny day by taking the late afternoon tide to Totnes instead.

Missing Link log 23 April 1999.

Crew: Kim Hollamby and Alex McMullen. From: Cobb’s Quay, Poole, Dorset. To: Torquay Marina, Torquay, Devon. Port engine start hours: 274.0. Finish hours: 279.1. Hours run: 5.1. Stbd engine start hours: 276.0. Finish hours: 281.0. Hours run: 5.0. Log start: 2873.9nm. Log finish: 2952.6nm. Miles run: 78.7nm. Navigation log (for…

Grand Tour Day 4

Faced with strong winds and as much water falling out of the sky as sitting below the boot topping, the crew of Missing Link stay put and go goggle-eyed over chart plotters.

Grand Tour Day 1

They're off! The crew of Missing Link meet up with 19 Motor Boats Monthly Cruising Club boats but have to guess the implications of a marauding low-pressure weather system.

Round Britain Email Updates

Here we keep you up-to-date with all the latest news as we take our Sealine F36 Missing Link on a clockwise Grand Tour around the coast of Great Britain, with detours to Ireland, Belgium and the Netherlands.

World Class I announces a new leader

World Class I announces a new leader

Offshore Sport Promotion (OSP), promoter of the current UIM Class I World Championship (WOC) series, have announced Britain's Richard Ridout as its new managing director.

Noone breaks winning pattern

Noone breaks winning pattern

A new name emerged to break the winning domination of Jerry Peachment when Paul Noone (Dac/Mercury) won the fourth round of the Formula GP championship at Stewartby, Beds, on June 15.