. . . 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.
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:
I hope you find the information useful. Thanks for reading The Boat Galley!
What’s the best refillable water bottle? I vote for the Nalgene All-Terrain Bottle, after 12 years of using it. Here’s why.
Baking on a boat is just a tad different from baking ashore. But that doesn’t mean it has to be difficult – this mini-series of articles has plenty of tips!
Most boat refrigerators don’t have any organizing tools built in — no bins, shelves or anything. Here’s how to customize it according to YOUR preferences!Dog Treats – DIY
The whole concept of “companion dog” is foreign in many places — there, dogs are for work and security. So it’s sometimes hard to find treats — or you may just want to know what they’re eating or avoid certain ingredients. It’s easy to make your own!Rechargeable LED Worklights
Little flashlights are good, but sometimes you just need more light — but without a huge power draw. These will do it!