After a lot of tasty trial and error, we’ve found our onboard coffee. It’s still better to spend more to get smaller size bags. [More] 🎧Coffee Problems
How are you going to make your morning coffee?
The boat's not staying still and glass can break, you need to conserve water, space is limited, you may not have electricity . . . YIKES!
Fear not, you can still have a great cup.
Boat life isn’t great for coffee. But here are a few ways to keep your beans fresh and delicious onboard. [More] 🎧How to Keep Coffee Fresh on a Boat
Need a good cup of coffee onboard? Here’s some options along with advice about how to choose the best system for you. [More] 🎧Making Coffee Onboard
The American Press Coffee Maker — no electricity need, no glass to break, no filters to throw away — just delicious coffee! [More] American Press Coffee Maker
Like espresso? Want it on the boat? There are several units that can work — see which ones readers have recommended. [More] Making Espresso on a Boat
Want fresh-ground coffee but don’t want to use any electrical power? How about muscle power? The good and the bad of manual grinders. [More] More Manual Coffee Grinders for Boats
No electricity needed, no glass and great coffee — what could be better for mornings on the boat? [More] How to Make Great Coffee on a Boat: Aeropress Coffee Maker
A great vacuum-insulated mug will keep your coffee hot for hours, and won’t leak even if you toss it in the bottom of the dinghy or the day pack. [More] Insulated Mugs for Use on a Boat
Thinking about getting a French press for your galley? Here are the pros and cons and a few models that are less likely to break, along with a few safety tips. [More] Why Have a French Press Coffee Maker on Your Boat
While a manual drip cone takes more attention than an automatic one (such as a Mr. Coffee), it doesn’t require electricity or a glass pot. And the coffee is great! [More] Making Manual Drip Cone Coffee on a Boat