An easy way to keep your boxed wine chilled without taking the cardboard box aboard your boat — great in the cockpit, at a beach barbecue or for a potluck! [More] Cooler/Carrier for White Wine
Wine & Happy Hour
Beer, wine, mixed drinks, glasses, storage and ICE!
How to manage it all on a boat, plus a couple of fun ideas for happy hour.
Do you have an alcohol policy on your boat? Why you should. Far from “ruining” our cruising, less drinking has improved it! [More] An Alcohol Policy on Your Boat
Trying to cut down on your wine consumption, either for health or weight considerations? Be sure to check the size of your wine glasses! [More] Smaller Wine Glasses?
Want a “fancier” happy hour drink for a special occasion . . . but don’t have a blender or much ice? Here’s the perfect solution . . . cheers! [More] Blender Drinks without a Blender
How to store wine or liquor bottles and glasses — or any other glass bottles — on a boat? Here’s a quick project that’ll keep them safe! [More] Glass Storage
Got just a TINY bit of room in your freezer? Not enough for a full ice cube tray, but enough to make just one or two ice cubes? Here’s how you can do it! [More] Individual Ice Cubes
A recipe calls for wine, but you don’t have any . . . what can you substitute? Here’s are 10 things that work well! [More] Substituting for Wine
Want to keep a bottle of wine secure in the cockpit during happy hour? It will fall out of most drink holders — but this wine bottle holder is ideal! [More] Cockpit Wine Bottle Holder
Keeping drinks nearby but without spilling is always tricky on a boat. These drink holders work well for cans, bottles or even coffee mugs! [More] Rail-Mounted Drink Holders
“Boxed” wine is great on a boat . . . but how can you avoid the cardboard? Make your own plastic box for the interior bladder, so it’s still easy to pour. [More] Getting Rid of Cardboard Wine Boxes