Do you need a watermaker to go cruising? What are the pros and cons? Things to consider before making a major purchase. [More] Do You Need a Watermaker?
Recommendations and gear buying tips for all the non-galley "stuff" that goes on the boat: anchors, lights, bedding, tools and so much more.
What’s a Turkish Evil Eye and why do so many boats sport them? Learn all about them here. [More] Turkish Evil Eyes
Toilet seats get chilly in cooler climates, but there’s an easy way to keep from freezing your tush! A toilet seat cover is inexpensive and takes just a minute to install. [More] That Freezing Cold Toilet Seat
Where do you even start with building up the stock of spares for your boat? How do you know what you do and don’t need? Listen in for our tips. [More] Stocking Spare Parts
Cruisers need stuff. Sometimes, “stuff” that can’t be found locally. So we have to get packages. But how? Strategies for both domestic and international shipments. [More] Getting Packages When Cruising
I’ve had two sets of basic electrical tools for the boat. My recommendations and why I like these SO much better than the previous ones. [More] Boat Wiring Tools
Whether it’s dock lines, anchor snubber lines, mooring lines or even lines to tie your boat into the mangroves, lines are what will keep your boat in place . . . or not. [More] Hurricane Prep: Your Lines
Thinking of going to a boat show and want to make the most of your time there without being overwhelmed? My tips for a fun and productive time! [More] Going to a Boat Show
Quartantine flag? What’s that? What do I do with it? All this answered and more . . . listen in! [More] Quarantine Flag
We balked at the price of a Dyson. We bought other handheld vacuums and had them die or perform poorly. In the long run, the Dyson costs less. [More] Dyson Cordless Handheld Vacuum