Sure, we want to start “really cruising” on our new boat. But it’s going to be a series of baby steps and shakedowns. [More] Baby Steps & Shakedowns
Life underway is full of excitement and fun, but can be challenging too.
Here's some of our "standard operating procedures" that reduce the stress and increase the enjoyment.
How do you know what all those markers mean? Keep this downloadable PDF next to the helm and you’ll be able to quickly find anything! [More] What’s That Marker?
Ten great meals to prepare ahead of time to eat underway on a boat. Easy to fix and easy to eat on a moving platform, as well as delicious! [More] 10 Great Meals Underway on a Boat
Thirteen tips for planning and preparing meals to eat underway on a boat — whether just out for the day or on a longer passage. [More] Meals Underway
I’d never really suffered from seasickness until a trip with friends a few years ago. And I learned a few things. [More] Seasick . . .
We all tend to think about having spares and the ability to fix things that break. But what will you do until it’s fixed? Plan ahead! [More] Gear Breaks
Get an editable boating checklist of necessary tasks before getting underway in your boat. Don’t risk running out of fuel or lockers flying open! [More] Boating Checklist
Tips for the galley aren’t just limited to cooking. Many of the boat’s systems support the galley — such as the freshwater system. Here’s a good habit to get into. [More] Turn It Off . . .
Going for a sail and want some ideas for snacks that are easy, nutritious and delicious? Here are 11! [More] Snacks on Passage
Want to take your dog aboard your cruising boat? Don’t want to be obligated to take it ashore several times a day? Train it to use a piece of carpet on deck. [More] Train Your Dog to Pee on the Boat