Ahhh, technology! You can keep in touch with family and friends when you’re out of range of cell towers. And it’s easy and inexpensive. Links: InReach SE+ (Amazon) Prefer to read? Check out Staying in Touch.
Recommendations and gear buying tips for all the non-galley "stuff" that goes on the boat: anchors, lights, bedding, tools and so much more.
I talk with Devon and Rich from Sea-Tech Systems about business on board, systems integration of our communications devices, and more! [More] Communications On Board – an interview
PowerMax chargers are solid chargers at an affordable “non-marine\” price. When I recently had a problem with ours, their customer service blew me away! [More] PowerMax: Customer Service Above and Beyond
Instead of custom cockpit cushions, we got Sport-a-Seats. More comfortable, easier to keep clean, easy to take ashore and a LOT less expensive! Read all about them and get a discount code. [More] Sport-A-Seat
The last thing a cruiser needs is more stuff. Except stuff they need. What might they need? Here are some ideas you might never have thought of! [More] Gift Ideas For Those Dreaming of Cruising
Learn why you need to have a bilge alarm on your boat and how to choose the one that’s right for your boat. [More] Why Have a Bilge Alarm
West Marine price matches both brick-and-mortar stores and online retailers. Save some serious money and still have the convenience of a local store. [More] West Marine Price Matching
Rainman Watermakers 2019 models are smaller and lighter, yet make 7 to 37 GPH of fresh drinking water from sea water. Details, review & special offer here. [More] Rainman Watermakers 2019 Models
The Isotherm Cruise 130 Elegance uses less energy and needs defrosting less often than the Cruise 130 Classic. Learn all the improvements here. [More] Isotherm Cruise 130 Elegance Refrigerator
Learn how to use an inverter to run normal electric appliances on your boat, even when you’re not connected to shore power. [More] Running Regular Appliances on Your Boat