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
A Thermos Nissan thermal cooker lets you cook while doing other things, similar to a crock pot. Also cut down on stove fuel and heat in the kitchen. [More] Thermos Nissan Thermal Cooker