Is your boat teak looking dirty and dingy? Here’s my step-by-step method of making tired teak look like new. [More] How to Clean Your Boat’s Interior Teak
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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Don’t put your favorite family recipes as risk on a boat. Here are some ways to keep them safe and close at hand. [More] How to Keep Your Recipes Safe on Board
Thinking about the different storage containers you might need on board can be overwhelming. Here are some practical tips to help you make the right choice for you. [More] Organization on Board
Basic boat electrical repairs are within your grasp. All you need is a guide, some tools, and a few supplies. Here’s the list. [More] Boat Wiring – The Tools and Supplies You’ll Need
Our recent experience having 2 boats blasted made us realize how much we wished we’d known up front. [More] Sand Blasting Tips
It contains water. And it handles hot pans. It’s the perfect galley accessory. [More] Why You Need A Silicone Dish Mat
A quick granola recipe that’s fabulous for life afloat.
[More] Homemade Granola
Planning to upgrade or replace your boat fridge? Here’s what you need to consider to make the best choice. [More] Upgrading Your Fridge – What to Consider
Helping make sense of the dizzying array of boat sealant options out there, including a list of what we used for what project [More] Which Tube is Which?
It’s easy to feel overwhelmed by charging cords for all your devices. But here’s an easy solution to keep them close at hand and neat at the same time. [More] How to Keep Charger Cords Close–and Neat