Total win — al dente pasta with less water, less propane or other fuel, and less heat and steam in the boat! [More] Pasta on the Boat
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.
The order that you measure ingredients can have a big impact on the clean up and how much water you’ll have to use! [More] Do You Love Making Cookies But Dread Washing Up?
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 . . .
Provisioning your boat? Be sure to consider your boat’s fresh water supply and how long it has to last. Learn exactly how to do this. [More] Provisioning & Water
Do you fill your water tanks from 5-gallon containers – either jerry cans or purchased water? If so, you’ll appreciate this idea for a funnel that stands up by itself! [More] Easy Water Fill
Thinking about how you’ll clean something before you buy it can save a lot of water on a boat. [More] Conserve Water with Your Gear Choices
Installing a simple mesh screen on the air vent to your water tank can prevent a lot of problems when bugs want a drink. [More] Don’t Let Bugs Into Your Water Tank
You don’t need someone to teach you how to wash dishes — but how about a few tips to make it easier? [More] Tips for Hand-Washing Dishes
Whether you’re in a marina or anchored out, these four ideas will give you more time to do fun things as you spend less time filling your water tank. [More] Four Easy Ways to Conserve Water