Wish your port holes had frosted glass but don’t really want to go to the expense and hassle? Get the same effect using what would otherwise be trash! [More] Less Trash & More Privacy
Managing Trash on a Boat
Ugh. It's stuff you don't want -- boxes, wrappers, food scraps -- and yet it can take up an inordinate amount of the limited space on a boat.
Ways to lessen trash, store it and deal with it.
Many wonderful cruising areas don’t have much in the way of trash service. And so you have to do it yourself. Here are a few tips on responsibly burning what you can. [More] Burning Trash
Boats don’t have garbage disposers! So how do you deal with garbage? A few suggestions for dealing with food scraps. [More] Garbage!
Make a dinghy bailer from an empty jug instead of having it take up space in the trash. [More] More Trash Management
Trash management on a boat includes “re-purposing” empty containers . . . and these Parmesan cans are great for lots of other things! [More] That’s Not Trash!
If you’re living on a boat, you don’t have much space for trash. Easy ways to compact it! [More] Trash Compaction
10 ways to reduce the trash aboard your boat with the choices you make at the grocery store. [More] Provisioning Choices to Reduce Onboard Trash
What’s the best refillable water bottle? I vote for the Nalgene All-Terrain Bottle, after 12 years of using it. Here’s why. [More] Water Bottles
Save money and space by using fewer paper towels with these tips. Double bonus: you’ll have less trash and it’s better for the environment! [More] Using Fewer Paper Towels