Whistling tea kettle

A whistling tea kettle: This one is pretty obvious but these kettles are super useful. Because you’re on a boat and something always seems...

Silicone cookware

Silicone cookware: It doesn’t rust, takes up less room, and doesn’t rattle. In fact, it can be used as rattle buffers in your lockers...

Doggie Ladder

Does your four legged doggie friend find it tricky to get back into the boat from the water? You need a Paws Aboard ladder.

Get Your Stove To Simmer

If your stove is anything like ours, we find it difficult to simmer anything. Either the burner is too low and nothing cooks (or...

Secure Things With Electrical Tape

Use electrical tape to fix all of your shackles, clevis pins and deck fittings. This will stop the fittings from wiggling loose, but more importantly,...

Travel Size Silicone Bottles

Use travel size silicone bottles to keep shower gel and shampoo to save space in your tiny heads compartment. This way you can stow away...

Stop The Roll At Anchor

If wind and waves are coming from different directions, your boat will turn bow to wind, and the waves will make your boat rock...

Flexible Water Tanks

These can be hidden in your bilges or even behind lockers and cupboards and can increase you water capacity quite a bit, which might...

Secure Critical Connections With Rigging Line

Use rigging line as safety for critical connections. Some of the connection points that take a lot of load on your boat will be...

Bungee Kitchen Roll

Use bungee cords to keep a roll of kitchen towel handy near the galley. Using bungee cord allows you to keep the roll tight...