Good start to the racing season for MS Amlin Enigma

The Royal Ocean Racing Club’s Easter Challenge is billed as an early season training regatta, with coaches on the water providing advice to crews during races. In spite of this, […]

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Episode 5: Exploring Cornwall’s Historic Coastline

In John’s final episode on Cornwall’s coastal heritage he reveals his favourite secret spots along the Cornish coastline. John’s favourite spots all feel slightly off the beaten track, but are […]

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Episode 4: Exploring Cornwall’s Historic Coastline

See Cornish rivers from a local boat owner’s perspective as John visits many of the easily explorable rivers from the Tamar in the east on the Devon border, to Europe’s […]

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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 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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Good start to the racing season for MS Amlin Enigma

The Royal Ocean Racing Club's Easter Challenge is billed as an early season training regatta, with coaches on the water providing advice to crews during races. In spite

Episode 5: Exploring Cornwall’s Historic Coastline

In John’s final episode on Cornwall’s coastal heritage he reveals his favourite secret spots along the Cornish coastline. John’s favourite spots all feel slightly off the beaten track,

Episode 4: Exploring Cornwall’s Historic Coastline

See Cornish rivers from a local boat owner’s perspective as John visits many of the easily explorable rivers from the Tamar in the east on the Devon border,

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