Your refrigerator isn’t cooling and you’ve checked everything you can on it. Don’t give up — there’s another possibility! [More] Is It the Refrigerator — or Bad Batteries?
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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There’s so much to remember on a boat. All the settings, what’s what. We don’t even try to remember it all . . . [More] Operational Info
Do you know how much water you use per day on your boat? How much will you need for your trip? [More] How Much Water Per Day?
It’s great to get opinions and ideas from other people . . . but don’t blindly follow their recommendations if they don’t make sense for you! [More] Don’t Blindly Follow Experts
Prevent injuries when cooking on a boat with these nine tips — with time, they’ll become habits. [More] Working in a Moving Galley
Nine tips for surviving dirty nasty boat projects — DIY is a great way to improve your boat, but can also take a toll. Make it easier! [More] Living Aboard Through Filthy Projects
We love to go dinghy exploring! But we always have some basic safety gear with us just in case of a motor or medical problem. Listen in: [More] What To Always Carry in the Dinghy
So what’s a day at anchor really like when you are cruising full time? Is it like a day of vacation or nothing but work? Don’t you get bored? Listen in — [More] What’s a Day Like?
Who says cruising is only for young retirees? Older folks — geezers — are out here too. How we make it work. [More] Geezer Cruising
Listen in for 5 ways we significantly improved our boat’s ventilation, making it much nicer to live at anchor during the hot months! [More] Improving Boat Ventilation