In the latest issue of Seahorse International Sailing magazine we have articles from the following top writers.

Dick Carter’s first design was Rabbit; he entered his new 34-footer in the 1964 Fastnet and won. There was even better to follow
Kevin Shoebridge… a good man in a firefight. Five Whitbreads and now into his 10th Cup. ‘Dalts and Shoebs’… Formidable
Morgan Reeser is rare among top coaches with a full race programme of his own. With 23 world titles it does seem to be working
Max Sirena will be skipper and head of his 6th Luna Rossa campaign in Spain, but as usual he is unlikely to have time to go sailing…
Alexia Barrier first hit the headlines in the Minis in the noughties, then battling her way up the ladder to a first Vendée Globe in 2020