. . . helping you get the most out of your boat kitchen, with in-depth articles featuring practical galley tips, insights and equipment recommendations
For six years, I cruised the Sea of Cortez and Central America full-time with my husband Dave aboard Que Tal, our Tayana 37. And during that time, I learned a lot about what works – and what doesn’t – in a boat galley. Now we’re cruising winters aboard Barefoot Gal, a Gemini 105M catamaran — a very different boat, with a whole new set of challenges.
I’m not a gourmet chef. My articles focus on practical ways to cook without prepared foods and electric appliances, with ingredients that you can actually find and store on a boat, including:
And now, TBG has grown to include tips and outfitting info in general for cruisers, whether out for the afternoon or heading off around the world.
I hope you find the information useful. Thanks for reading The Boat Galley!
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