A watermaker for your boat is expensive but really improves the lifestyle. Learn what you should consider in purchasing one. [More] Deciding on a Watermaker
Using & Conserving Water
You're surrounded by water on a boat, yet you have to conserve. Even a watermaker doesn't give you an unlimited supply.
Simple tips to stretch your supply without affecting your lifestyle.
Questions to help you make an informed decision about a much-discussed (and expensive!) piece of cruising gear. [More] Watermaker Yay or Nay
Rainman Watermakers 2019 models are smaller and lighter, yet make 7 to 37 GPH of fresh drinking water from sea water. Details, review & special offer here. [More] Rainman Watermakers 2019 Models
What you need to know if you’re considering a Rainman watermaker. Is it the best watermaker for you? [More] Rainman Watermaker Review
Fresh water is critical on a boat. Catching it can extend your time at anchor considerably. Nica Waters tells her experiences. [More] Catching Water
SeaTask Group has loaned us a Rainman watermaker for a month for review purposes. Ten days in, here’s our first impression and answers to the questions I’ve gotten most often. [More] Rainman Watermaker: First Impressions
Do you need a watermaker to go cruising? What are the pros and cons? Things to consider before making a major purchase. [More] Do You Need a Watermaker?
Concentrated electrolyte replacement without sugar or other sweeteners, flavoring, or color — plus it does not need refrigeration and has a two-year shelf life. Perfect for boaters! [More] Hi-Lyte Electrolyte Replacement
Three years of using my Aquabot multiple times a day put some wear and tear on it. But restoring it to “like new” operation is quick and cheap. [More] Fix a Leaking Aquabot
Do you know how much water you use per day on your boat? How much will you need for your trip? [More] How Much Water Per Day?