A bareboat charter is a great way to try out cruising. Here are three ways to have great meals without going crazy! [More] Buying Food for a Bareboat Charter Vacation
Cooking on a Boat
Boat cooking IS different -- there are smaller counters, storage spaces, stoves and refrigerators, limited water and power, not to mention no grocery store around the corner.
Effective ways to meet the challenges and turn out great meals.
Listen to Lin Pardey’s tips if you’re vegetarian, have vegetarian guests or want ideas for times when you’ve run out of meat. [More] Vegetarians on a Boat
In general, you cook the same on the boat that you do on land. The provisioning thing, though? There are some key differences! [More] Land vs. Boat Provisioning
A boat grill is not cheap, and I’d resisted buying a good one. When I finally bought the Magma Newport II Infrared, I couldn’t believe how much better it was! [More] Magma Newport II Infrared Grill Review
How do you decide what food to take and how much you’ll need. How do you translate your shopping on land to shopping for a boat trip? [More] What Food to Take on a Boat Trip and How Much
Need more room on your way-too-small boat grill? The VertiGrille is like having a grill extender! [More] VertiGrille
Is it really feasible to have electric appliances in your galley? In this episode of The Boat Galley Podcast, I look at the things you need to consider in deciding what’s right for you. [More] Electric Galley Appliances
Blue water cruising is far more enjoyable if you have great food to enjoy along the way. Ensuring you buy the right provisions before you set sail is one more key to voyaging successfully. [More] Provisioning to Cross an Ocean
Outdoor cooking is great, and what’s more natural than grilling on your boat? In this episode, Nica Waters tells of her favorite grilling gear. [More] Grilling Aboard
When gear breaks, it obviously has to be fixed. Even if you’ve got the parts, it might be hours or days until the repair is complete. What do you do in the meantime? [More] Dealing with Broken Gear