Comprehensive Galley and On-board Cooking Guide 1: Galley Design and Systems
The water is calm. The breeze is steady. And the sky is clear and filled with stars. You’re returning to port after a perfect cruise. But something wasn’t right.
Halfway through the sail, there was yelling belowdecks, pots and pans falling off the shelves and snacks and drinks spilling everywhere. The iced tea and beer was tepid. And when it came time to cook the chicken and steak, the grill wouldn’t start.
If tight quarters, un-secure utensils and warm drinks are turning your dream sail into a nightmare, its time to take a look at Galley Design and Systems from Practical Sailor.
- Is there a cockpit table available that can fit a family without getting in the way?
- Do you still need a manual galley pump?
- Is a water filtration system worthwhile?
- Are there tricks to keeping food and drink cold?
- Should you risk your boat (and crew) with onboard propane gas?
- What are the must-have design basics for any useful sailboat galley?
Find the answers to these questions and more in Practical Sailors ebook, Galley Design and Systems.
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