Provisioning your boat is a lot of work. It’s even more difficult without a car. But here are a few tips to make it easier. [More] Provisioning Your Boat Without a Car
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.
Not too big, not too small; not too much, not too little. Hitting the magic food amount takes some surprising perspective, but it’s very very doable! [More] The Goldilocks Effect
It’s like regular grocery shopping – with a twist. Learn why your worries about that first stock up on board are both real AND unfounded. [More] The Soup To Nuts Kind of Provisioning
Letting time lapse between grocery trips can be challenging – and intensely monetarily rewarding. There’s a crazy simple way to rein in your spending [More] My Favorite Way to Stay on Budget
Wondering how to provision in a country where you don’t know the language? Lin Pardey shares tips from 70 countries for easy shopping and tasty meals.
[More] Stocking Up Food Stores in Foreign Ports
14 specific step-by-step strategies to leave cardboard ashore, for less trash aboard and also fewer places to harbor bugs. [More] How to Elminate Cardboard from Your Boat
Meal planning can be important, but not as important as how flexible you can be when thinking about the food. Relax, ask questions, and eat well! [More] Let’s Talk Meal Planning
How do you split the galley duties? Who pays for meals on shore? Just some of the questions to consider when you invite extra crew on board. [More] Cooking When You Have Extra Crew Aboard
Is it necessary to keep a stores list and update it constantly? How to prevent cans from rusting or marking up the inside of the boat. [More] How To Store Your Provisions – Lin Pardey’s Best Tips
Choices can be overwhelming when buying food for a boat. Experienced cruisers always follow these two principles in provisioning. [More] Two Principles for Provisioning