Are permanent coffee filters better than paper ones for use on a boat? What are the pros and cons? [More] Permanent Coffee Filters?
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.
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
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] French Press Coffee Maker
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] Manual Drip Cone Coffee
Instant coffee is good on a boat as a backup method or if you don’t drink coffee very often and don’t want to take up a lot of space with a coffeemaker. [More] Instant Coffee
It’s virtually impossible to “perfectly” store coffee on a boat . . . but with these tips, you’ll come close! [More] Storing Coffee on a Boat
Want a great cup of coffee, but don’t have the power for an electric coffee grinder? This manual coffee grinder works well and won’t wear you out! [More] Manual Coffee Grinder
Okay, I’ve always heard that a great cup of coffee begins with grinding your own beans. I finally believe it . . . and love this grinder! [More] Coffee Grinder
Making great boat coffee – 9 things to consider (electric power or not? breakable or not?) and 10 systems that work well on a boat. [More] Make Coffee on a Boat