Yes, it’s possible to use real crystal wine glasses on a boat. Royal Stabilis has created a no-slip, no tip and break resistant set to bring a touch of elegance to any boat. [More] Crystal Wine Glasses
Things to consider when buying galley gear as well as product reviews and recommendations.
Real dishes, made for a boat! Tempered glass looks great, resists breakage and won’t shatter the way some others can. [More] Galleyware Tempered Glass Dishes
A great nesting pan set — with numerous options as to number of pans and stainless/non-stick — at a budget-friendly price! [More] Galleyware Nesting Pan Set
How to buy a replacement stainless screen for a GSI camping toaster. [More] GSI Toaster Screen Replacement
Listen in for more tips and things to consider when outfitting your galley . . . make your first purchases be the lasting purchases! [More] Tips for Buying Galley Gear
Where do you start in outfitting the galley on your new boat? It’s a kitchen, but different . . . tips to help you select the best gear. [More] Outfitting Your Galley
Good steak knives that cut well and don’t rust are invaluable if you eat meat. They don’t have to cost a fortune! [More] How Are You Going To Eat Your Steak?
With a thermal cooker, start dinner when it’s convenient & transfer pans to the thermal cooker. Let it cook 4 to 8 hours while you do other things! [More] Thermal Cooker
A couple new lines of collapsible silicone pans from Nautical Scout can save space in the galley if they’re right for your cooking. [More] Nautical Scout Pans
Reusable silicone covers for partially-used cans, leftovers and food storage provide a better seal to keep food fresh, plus use less foil and plastic wrap. [More] Reusable Silicone Covers