When the work that needs to be done to go cruising is endless, it’s a good idea to leave it behind for a day and just go enjoy being on the water. [More] Reminders of Why We’re Working So Hard
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.
Two podcasters -- Nica Waters and me (Carolyn Shearlock) -- with tips and info to turn your cruising dreams into reality.
Get a dose of TBG while you're on the go -- driving, walking or working out.
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A boat’s motion and even dirt particles can cause a big mess in your drinks locker. Here’s how to avoid it. [More] How to Store Boat Canned Goods the Right Way
Food buying, storing, and cooking? No problem! This course will help you tackle it all with ease! [More] Self-Sufficient Galley is HERE!
Laying out the process we used when choosing who would handle our mail. [More] Choosing a Virtual Mailbox
Fresh water is precious on board. Learn about 4 nifty items that can help you waste less water on the boat. [More] How to Conserve Water on Your Boat
Our recent move made me explore all kinds of places with an eye to reducing our “things” load. [More] Multiple Avenues To Getting Rid of Stuff
Your galley is too important for it to make you miserable. Learn how a few simple upgrades can make it work better for you. [More] Upgrade Your Galley – Enjoy It More
There’s no reason to cook 3 meals a day for every passage. This method works for us. [More] Tasty Snacks for Boat Passages
6 tips for making fiberglass removal easier. It’s not all in the tools! Links: Shop-vac (Amazon) Tyvek suit (Amazon) Respirator (Amazon) Duct tape (Amazon) Sanding pad for drill (Amazon) 40-grit sandpaper (Amazon) Nica email Carolyn email Prefer to read? Check out Grinding Down Fiberglass.
A boat fridge fills up fast. Why are you keeping these things in it when you don’t have to? Learn to do this instead. [More] How to Keep Less in Your Boat Fridge