With a little thought about what you’ll use, how often, and when you can make the best choices for your limited storage space on the boat. Here’s how we did this in our galley. [More] What’s Behind the Stove
The Boat Galley Podcast
The Boat Galley podcasts are quick bits of info and actionable tips to help you in every stage of your cruising adventures. Each episode is typically just 5 to 10 minutes long, so the points are easy to remember.
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Could our cloudy boat windows be saved? Thankfully, we found a product that cleared them with only a little effort. [More] Clear Cloudy Boat Windows Fast
Musings on the echoing memories left behind in empty spaces
[More] The Weirdness of Nothing
Give your boat every chance to survive a hurricane. Follow these 11 tips to help it through. [More] Improve your Boat’s Odds in a Hurricane
When moving aboard doesn’t mean the same thing as splashing the boat, the priority list gets tighter. We’ve got 2 main lists going these days, with some wiggle room in terms of the “going cruising” list. [More] Deadlines and Prioritizations
Sure, special containers make storage “pretty.” But they can also save time and hassle. Here’s how. [More] How to Save Space & Time—Organize!
A look at some of the endless work that culminated in finishing a lot of projects in one weekend. [More] The Mysterious All of a Suddens
Your charter trip will go much smoother if you have all you need in the galley. Take these along. [More] Don’t Leave It Behind When Chartering
After a lot of tasty trial and error, we’ve found our onboard coffee. It’s still better to spend more to get smaller size bags. [More] Coffee Problems
Living on your boat up on stands isn’t easy. But you can do it. Here’s how to stay safe and comfortable. [More] How to Live in the Boatyard