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All sorts of useful information that's helpful on any boat or galley -- measurements, conversions and more!All sorts of stuff you might want to refer to —

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  1. Heather B. says:

    Glad I found your website! I’ve been boating/cruising for over 30 yrs and am still learning how to store food on the boat. Now I just need to find a “flat” knife block that I can mount on the bulkhead.

  2. Love your site and your cookbook ! We are moving onto our boat permanently in 11 months so I have been practicing with your provisioning sheets etc. My question is this, Do you know where I can find information on what food I can and cannot bring into certain countries ? I would hate to load my boat with a lot of food that I will have to throw out. Are there common things not allowed ? Like meat or plants (herbs) or alcohol ? I often read sailing blogs where people say they are inspected when entered countries but they never state what they are being inspected for. Any info or direction is appreciated 🙂

    • Hi Shelley!

      The best reference I know of for up to date and accurate info is Noonsite — http://www.noonsite.com/Countries

      The Seven Seas Cruising Association also has pretty good info in their newsletter, but it tends to be far more hit or miss as to when someone has sent in a report.

      Rules change all the time, so I hate to give any info that might be out of date . . .

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