How to get routine prescription medications while cruising — whether in the US or abroad. [More] Cruising and Prescriptions
Living the dream doesn't make you immune to illness and injury, unfortunately.
Tips to prepare for and handle medical issues from minor to major, including everyone's big question: how do you keep Band-Aids on?
What do you do when medical issues collide with your plans? Here’s how we’ve handled three of those situations — with great results. [More] When Medical Issues Arise While Cruising
Space is precious on a boat. Why would you want more than one first aid box? [More] How Many First Aid Boxes?
If you’re seasick, the last thing in the world you need is to have to search for your meds . . . [More] Where Do You Keep the Seasick Meds?
After trying a number of products to heal and protect Dave’s lips, this is what finally worked. Highly recommended! [More] Lip Care
Whether you wear glasses or sunglasses, you need to be able to fix them out on the water. Here’s a great — and inexpensive — kit that’s had everything I’ve ever needed. [More] Eyeglass Repair Kit
An easy way to organize your first aid supplies so it’ll be easy to find what you need when the time arises, and a list of what’s in ours. [More] How To Organize First Aid Supplies
If your potatoes have a green tint, can you go ahead and eat them? Anything special you should do? How about potato eyes? [More] Are Green Potatoes Safe to Eat?
I’d never really suffered from seasickness until a trip with friends a few years ago. And I learned a few things. [More] Seasick . . .
If you need to carry pills or antacids with you, it can be tough to keep them dry when you’re surrounded by water. [More] Waterproof Pill Carrier