Choices can be overwhelming when buying food for a boat. Experienced cruisers always follow these two principles in provisioning. [More] Two Principles for Provisioning
How do you know how much food to take on the boat or even what foods travel well?
Tips to help you plan and provisions that have worked well on our two boats.
A bareboat charter is a great way to try out cruising. Here are three ways to have great meals without going crazy! [More] Buying Food for a Bareboat Charter Vacation
Listen to Lin Pardey’s tips if you’re vegetarian, have vegetarian guests or want ideas for times when you’ve run out of meat. [More] Vegetarians on a Boat
In general, you cook the same on the boat that you do on land. The provisioning thing, though? There are some key differences! [More] Land vs. Boat Provisioning
Veteran cruiser Lin Pardey shares five ways to keep eggs fresh without refrigeration and provides other tips for keeping them the longest possible time. [More] How to Store Eggs without Refrigeration
How do you decide what food to take and how much you’ll need. How do you translate your shopping on land to shopping for a boat trip? [More] What Food to Take on a Boat Trip and How Much
Blue water cruising is far more enjoyable if you have great food to enjoy along the way. Ensuring you buy the right provisions before you set sail is one more key to voyaging successfully. [More] Provisioning to Cross an Ocean
Special ingredients can make any meal memorable. Try out fun foodstuffs before you stock up, and have fun experimenting! [More] Fun & Unexpected Ingredients
Small refrigerator and less frequent stops for groceries when cruising. How can you have the foods — especially fresh food — you want? [More] Living with a Tiny Refrigerator
Preparing to cruise? There are lots of non-boating skills you can be gaining before you even move aboard. Seven that you may not have thought of! [More] Practicing Cruising Skills