October 2020

Coast is the only magazine to exclusively cover the coastline of the British Isles. Subscribe to discover secret beaches and hidden coves, the best shoreline restaurants and hotels, new ideas for fantastic breaks by the sea and learn more about the fascinating culture and history that surrounds us. coast tells you where the property hot spots are, gives inspiration for coastal interiors, offers craft ideas you can make yourself and goes inside the homes of people who have made the move to the seaside. From foodie trails, foraging courses and glorious glamping to stunning wildlife encounters and some of the best views in the world, coast offers the ultimate guide to our wonderful shoreline.

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I hope that you all had a chance to visit the seaside over the summer once lockdown was eased. For those who couldn’t, as I know there many people still staying at home to protect their health, I sincerely hope that coast magazine has given you the salty taste of the ocean, and helped you to feel connected to the sea and all that you love about coastal life. As you know, our coastline isn’t just a place to visit, it’s also brimming with creative talent inspired by the power and beauty of the sea. In this issue we see the coast through the eyes of a range of artists, spanning from the stunning drone photography by Vincent Howcutt (page 44) to the delicate and evocative drawings of the Jurassic Coast…

the crew

WILLIAM THOMPSON William is a tide expert and author of The Book of Tides. He currently lives on a catamaran with his family (partner Naomi and kids Ottilie, 6, and Arva, 3) and is at the start of a 5-year sailing voyage around the world. An avid thalassophile (lover of the sea) William designs Tidal Compass prints of the cycles of tides and shares knowledge of the sea to improve people’s adventures. On page 86, he provides tips for going stand-up paddleboarding, a pursuit that started 10 years ago with an old windsurf board and a homemade keel for stability. ALICE WESTGATE Alice has lived in Cornwall for almost 20 years, working at the family’s watersports centre at Swanpool in Falmouth as well as writing about beautiful seaside houses for national magazines. When…

bird’s eye view

Compass Cove on the Little Dartmouth footpath is a rugged scrap of a beach in the South Hams district in South Devon. Designer and photographer Vincent Howcutt took this striking aerial shot during lockdown as part of his This Wild Project, featuring drone photography of the coastal region during a unique time for nature. ‘Compass Cove is on the coast path looked after by the National Trust. There was a landslide earlier in the year that meant a lot of foliage had grown over, giving it a remote, rewilded look,’ he says. He flew his drone camera above the cliffs to capture the raw beauty below. See more of his drone images on page 44. For more on Vincent’s work, see thiswildproject.co or follow him on Instagram at @thiswildproject.…

catch of the day

1 THIS POSTER Capturing the splendour of the British seaside in 1925, this vintage poster is a timeless statement for walls and can be ordered plain or mounted (from £20, ltmuseumshop.co.uk). 2 THIS PORTFOLIO Keep precious sketches, photos and letters together in this Seaweed Paisley portfolio, which is lined with patterned paper and tied with blue ribbons (£25, cambridgeimprint.co.uk). 3 THIS SWIMSUIT Pretty rubbish! Quite literally, this marine-themed one-piece is made entirely from 100% recycled plastic and joins other fun prints such as puffins, orcas and lobsters (£50, batoko.com). 4 THIS CHOCOLATE Handmade in Cornwall using sustainably sourced cocoa, this luxury bar is sure to bring cheer to sea-loving chocaholics near or far (£2.99, seasaltcornwall.co.uk). WHAT’S FLOATING YOUR BOAT? Let us know on our Facebook page, facebook.com/coastmagazine, or email us at coast.ed@kelsey.co.uk…

masterful voyage

If you’re after a swashbuckling read with substance, look no further. Highlighting the importance of the ocean to human expansion, and how maritime connections created the society we know today, it’s no surprise author David Abulafia scooped the Wolfson History Prize this summer for his triumph in historical non-fiction. Prepare to sail around the globe through thousands of years of history, as he explores the earliest Polynesian seafarers who navigated by stars and Viking raids in Europe to the realities of modern-day super-shipping. The Boundless Sea: A Human History of the Oceans by David Abulafia (£18.99, paperback, Penguin). PIER PHOTOGRAPH ANYA CHAPMAN HOTEL PHOTOGRAPH GRAND HOTEL EASTBOURNE…

dish of the month

Salmon and vegetable biryani • 300g combined weight of broccoli and cauliflower, cut into bite-size florets• 2 tbsp sunflower or groundnut oil• 1 large onion, finely sliced• 400g skinless salmon fillet, in 2cm chunks• 4 cloves garlic, crushed• 2 tsp grated ginger• 3 tbsp curry paste• 1 tsp ground turmeric• A handful of sultanas• 500g cooked basmati rice, brown or white• Juice ½ large lemon• 25g toasted flaked coconut or almonds• Flaked sea salt For the yoghurt: • 6 tbsp natural yoghurt• 3 tbsp chopped mint• ¼ cucumber, seeds removed and finely chopped Method (serves 4) 1. Steam or lightly boil the broccoli and cauliflower until just tender. 2. Mix together the yoghurt, cucumber and mint. Season with a pinch of salt, set aside. 3. Heat the oil in a large frying pan and sauté the onion…