Yes, you can juice fruits and vegetables on a boat. And without electricity! [More] A Manual Juicer–Great For a Boat
Electricity is precious on most boats.
Make your limited supply go further with non-electric or solar-powered alternatives for lights, cooking and other everyday needs.
Wouldn’t a heating pad feel good on your aching muscles? How about hand warmers in your pocket? Reusable and no electricity needed . . . [More] Reusable Non-Electric Heating Pads
The American Press Coffee Maker — no electricity need, no glass to break, no filters to throw away — just delicious coffee! [More] American Press Coffee Maker
In many cruising locales, laundromats or laundry services are few and far between. So we resort to doing laundry on the boat . . . a neat tool to make it a lot easier on your back and a few tips on how I do it. [More] Doing Laundry By Hand
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
The Luci is a great solar light, but sometimes the original one is just too bright! [More] Luci Lux & Luci Aura
Really bright solar lights that are perfect as dinghy lights, in the cockpit, emergency anchor lights and more! [More] Luci Lights
Oh, I wish I’d known about this — and had one — BEFORE the first cold snap! Such a great addition to the boat. [More] Little Buddy Heater
These solar lights are actually made to use on a boat, with mountings that work on stanchions and rails. Really high quality, too! [More] Solar Kandle Rail Lights
Start your meal on the stove in the included pan, then when it’s time to turn it down and let simmer, just take it off the stove and slip it inside the thermal container. Your meal continues to cook while you do other things, with no more stove fuel, no electricity, no burning and no more heat in the boat! [More] Thermos Nissan Thermal Cooker