Hoping to stay fit while living (and cruising on a small boat)? Here are 3 easy exercises to try. [More] Simple Exercises to do Onboard
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 have spare room for a dish drain? Have you thought of using half of your double sink? Here’s how to set it up. [More] DIY Dish Drain for a Double Sink
Shopping for boat gear and parts? You may have more options than you think. Here are some great locations you should try. [More] Sources for Boat Parts
Is it worth having a SodaStream onboard? Here are the pros and cons for cruisers. [More] SodaStreams for Cruisers
Figuring out where to put all our navigation electronics was no small feat. Friends reminded us of a wonderfully versatile option. [More] Simple Storage Solutions: Ram Mounts
Stop losing screws right in the middle of a project. This nifty tool will help. [More] How to Keep Screws in Place When Working
Cruising can be stressful and challenging. Some not-so-obvious things to think about can make it much better. Based on a presentation to the Salty Dawg Sailing Association. [More] Some Tips for Successful Cruising
Got a cruising question? I’ve got the answer. Or at least the way to start the answer. Every boat, every cruiser, every situation is unique. Looking for one size fits all won’t help much.
[More] The Ultimate Answer
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
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