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

Jacques Caraës is the experienced former racer on whose shoulders rests the responsibility of being Vendée Globe race director
Hamish Willcox and Dave Barnes dominated the 470 class in the early ’80s before Willcox turned met-man and Olympic supercoach
Sam Manuard was every bit as successful at sailing Mini 6.50s as at designing them before moving to the Class40 and then Imoca
Ergin Imre has tried hard to promote home-grown talent from Turkey while finding wider success in the TP52 and Dragon classes
Guillaume Verdier is the most influential designer of the 21st century. His work on foiling and in the open classes changed the sport