Episode 3: Exploring Cornwall’s Historic Coastline

Cornwall’s long expanse of rocky, virtually uninhabited coast made it ideal for smuggling. Tea, brandy, gin, rum and tobacco where all smuggled ashore to avoid the customs men and to […]

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Episode 2: Exploring Cornwall’s Historic Coastline

Cornwall’s coast is a mecca for cruising – rugged granite cliffs, awesome anchorages, history, culture, beaches and more – and hopefully good weather too! Boating enthusiast and award-winning filmmaker John Boyle […]

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Episode 1: Exploring Cornwall’s Historic Coastline

When thinking of Cornish harbours – most people will think of whitewashed, pretty fishing villages clinging to cliff-edged coves…. and it’s true – every cove and creek along Cornwall’s 300-mile […]

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WHAT’S IN A NAME? WIN tickets for the Southampton Boat Show 2017

What’s in a name? MS Amlin, formerly Haven Knox-Johnston, have been taking care of boats and their owners for 30 years and now as MS Amlin we have a change […]

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More discoveries on Britain’s treasure islands

In the second part of Britain’s Own Treasure Islands John Boyle turns his attention to the smaller inhabited Scilly Isles. Starting with St. Agnes, joined to Gugh by a sandbar […]

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Episode 3: Exploring Cornwall’s Historic Coastline

Cornwall’s long expanse of rocky, virtually uninhabited coast made it ideal for smuggling. Tea, brandy, gin, rum and tobacco where all smuggled ashore to avoid the customs men

Episode 2: Exploring Cornwall’s Historic Coastline

Cornwall’s coast is a mecca for cruising – rugged granite cliffs, awesome anchorages, history, culture, beaches and more – and hopefully good weather too! Boating enthusiast and award-winning filmmaker

Episode 1: Exploring Cornwall’s Historic Coastline

When thinking of Cornish harbours – most people will think of whitewashed, pretty fishing villages clinging to cliff-edged coves.... and it’s true – every cove and creek along

WHAT’S IN A NAME? WIN tickets for the Southampton Boat Show 2017

What's in a name? MS Amlin, formerly Haven Knox-Johnston, have been taking care of boats and their owners for 30 years and now as MS Amlin we have a

More discoveries on Britain’s treasure islands

In the second part of Britain’s Own Treasure Islands John Boyle turns his attention to the smaller inhabited Scilly Isles. Starting with St. Agnes, joined to Gugh by