Do you need a watermaker to go cruising? What are the pros and cons? Things to consider before making a major purchase. [More] Do You Need a Watermaker?
Buying a Boat & Gear for It
Spending your hard-earned money for a boat and everything that goes along with it.
You want things that will do what you need, last in a marine environment, and make your life better.
Buying guides and products that have worked well for us.
Looking for an environmentally-friendly and wonderful body scrub? Have I got one for you — and it’s made right in the Florida Keys! [More] The Keys Salt Scrub
Everyone wants to know the “rule of thumb” for making an offer on a boat. Here’s my take on how much to offer. [More] What to Offer for a Boat
Thinking of going to a boat show and want to make the most of your time there without being overwhelmed? My tips for a fun and productive time! [More] Going to a Boat Show
A report on our Isotherm Cruise 130 boat refrigerator after using it for two years. Overall grade: B. Read why. [More] Isotherm Cruise 130 Refrigerator
We balked at the price of a Dyson. We bought other handheld vacuums and had them die or perform poorly. In the long run, the Dyson costs less. [More] Dyson Cordless Handheld Vacuum
At anchor or on a mooring, the Endless Breeze box fan provides extra cooling on super-hot days or when working in areas without permanently-mounted fans. [More] Endless Breeze 12-Volt Fan
The Mantus Waterproof Purse will keep your phone, keys and wallet safe from an accidental dunking, rain downpour or wet dinghy ride, yet look great for casual events. [More] Mantus Waterproof Purse
Project boats are sooo tempting. They seem like an inexpensive way to get into boating. Truth is, they’re likely to end up being more expensive . . . and you won’t be out on the water! [More] Project Boat for a First Boat
More reasons why I love Outland Hatch Covers! [More] Outland Hatch Covers, Part 2