This is where we publish our boat related stories and articles, which range from world circumnavigation to rescue missions, humour and much, much more. So make yourself a coffee and settle yourself down to a good read.
Boatshed HQ team members are on location at the race Village in Les Sables-d'Olonne for the start of the Golden Globe Race on Sunday.
Boatshed are proud to be sponsors of the GGR and have sold several boats to race competitors
SCARBOROUGH TO AMBLE - 102 miles
Brighton Marina Yacht Club Members Visit Marlow Rope Factory at Hailsham
Part 5 of Kevin Gilroy's intrepid solo UK circumnavigation
Golden Globe Race boats depart Falmouth after Parade of Sail bound for Les Sables-d'Olonne
A whole heap of BMYC members came together last night to welcome Malcolm, Karen, Ryan and their crew as the new club hosts.
The catalogue for the July Boatbid Auction is now live and can be viewed HERE. If you would like to place a bid in the auction then read our Buyers Guide and FAQ's for more information.
A TRIP TO THE LIGHT HOUSE - by Boatshed Brighton's intrepid broker, Dan King
Part 4 of Kevin's Adventure...
The 4th installment of Kevin Gilroy's intrepid adventure:
Boatshed Brighton took to the slippery and venerable Hanse 370e, known locally as "Bla Bheine" for the 2018 Dieppe Dash.
Imagine this: 10 mainsails, 20 foresails, including spinnakers - laid out for your inspection.
Oceans of Hope Challenge to give people the same life affirming experience he gained when sailing with the organisation Sailing Sclerosis, on board a yacht, appropriately named ‘Oceans of Hope’, across the Pacific Ocean and English Channel....
The July BoatBid auction will run from the 13th to the 17th July 2018 .
In the third part of Kevin Gilroy's intrepid circumnavigation, we find out about his first adventures at sea...
In part 2 of Kevin's story, we learn more about his boat and equipment - some very useful tips and information here!
The last racing day for the Antigua Classic Regatta had lighter winds with intervals of squally blustery conditions and heavy down pours. With a mixture of weather conditions throughout the race made interesting results for the last day.
Skippers breifing for the single handed race was held at the Antigua Yacht Club. Basic rules include no autopilots to be used, all boats will have observers who will be situated on each boat to help in case of emergency.
Thinking of a cross channel cruise? The Dieppe Dash is a perfect way to visit the French coastline, sailing in company.