Two more good choices for dish drainers if you have a double sink — these won’t rust, take no storage space, and allow air drying even when underway! [More] Non-Rusting Dish Drainers for Use on a Boat
We are quite positive that no one's dream of sailing off into the sunset includes washing dishes by hand while trying not to use too much water. But it has to be done.
The good news? We have tips and gear to make it much less of a chore.
Spending just 5 minutes a month will keep your drains from getting backed up. No chemicals, no environmental damage, and it’s easy! [More] Keep Drains Working on Your Boat
Cleaning up without a dishwasher can be a chore. But these six (inexpensive!) tools will make it a lot easier. [More] Six Tools for Easy Galley Clean Up
If you have a double sink, you can easily make one side into a dish drainer — great if you’re doing dishes underway (or in a rolly anchorage) as dishes are contained and can’t fall to the floor! [More] Boat In-Sink Dish Drainer
Considering how easy something is to clean before you buy it can save hours of labor — not to mention lots of water — later. I violated my own rule and paid for it! [More] Cleanability of Boat Gear
Thinking about how you’ll clean something before you buy it can save a lot of water on a boat. [More] Conserve Water with Your Boat Gear Choices
You don’t need someone to teach you how to wash dishes — but how about a few tips to make it easier? [More] Tips for Hand-Washing Dishes on a Boat
Whether you’re in a marina or anchored out, these four ideas will give you more time to do fun things as you spend less time filling your water tank. [More] Four Easy Ways to Conserve Water When Living on a Boat
Tiny to store and able to hold lots of dishes, this idea for a dish drainer is perfect for a boat or any small kitchen. [More] Dish Drainer for a Boat Kitchen
Six ways to clear a clogged boat drain without any toxic chemicals. These techniques work on galley, sink and shower drains. [More] Clogged Boat Drain