A boat refrigerator just isn’t the same as one in a house. And most of us have at least a few questions about that large (or not-so-large) pit when we first contemplate cooking on a boat.
If your boat doesn’t have a refrigerator, don’t panic! I’ve also written a series of articles on cruising without refrigeration.
However, if you do have a refrigerator on your boat — or you’re thinking of adding one — I’ve written several articles dealing with various aspects of boat refrigeration. These deal with organizing it and keeping it running efficiently.
If you’re looking for suggested ways to store particular foods in the refrigerator, check out the articles under Storage.
- Adding or Changing Refrigeration: Things to Think About
- Adding Refrigerant?
- Bag It!
- Check Your Refrigerator Seals
- Choosing Our New Refrigerator
- Drinks in the Boat Refrigerator
- Engel Portable Freezer – Refrigerator
- Engine-Driven Refrigeration?
- How to Improve Refrigerator Efficiency
- How’s the Refrigerator Doing?
- Individual Ice Cubes
- Keys to Quickly Defrosting Your Refrigerator
- Maintaining Gaskets and Weatherstripping
- More Refrigerator Insulation
- Organizing a Top-Loading Refrigerator
- Organizing the Refrigerator Step by Step
- Reducing What You Store in the Refrigerator or Ice Box
- Refrigeration Problem? Or Bad Batteries?
- Refrigeration: Extra Insulation
- Refrigerator Insulation Test
- Refrigerator Monitoring
- The Refrigerator and Your SSB/Ham Radio
- Two Extra Things to Store in the Refrigerator
- What’s In The Refrigerator?
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