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  • Magma Grill On-Shore Stand

    Magma Barbeque On-Shore Stand

    The on-shore stand lets you cook with your Magma marine grill on dry land, turning your boat BBQ...

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    Price: $28.04
  • Magma Magic Stainless Steel Grill Restorer

    Magma Magic Stainless Steel Grill Restorer

    Magma Magic Grill Restorer instantly improves the appearance of stainless steel grills without...

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    Price: $15.87
  • Magma Levelock All Angle Fishing Rod Holder Mount

    Magma Levelock All Angle Fishing Rod Holder Mount

    Magma Levelock fishing rod holder mount locks in any angle and fits most cross pin rod holders....

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  • Edson Drink Holders

    Edson Stainless Steel Drink Holders

    Edson's Stainless Drink Holders are functional and elegant, dressing up virtually any cockpit....

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  • Teak Two Drink Holder

    Whitecap Teak Two Drink Holder

    This Whitecap Teak Two Drink Holder is designed to fit anywhere on your boat or RV. The design...

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  • Beckson Can Holder

    Beckson Can Holder

    The Beckson Can Holder mounts virtually anywhere on your boat, and holds one drink in bottle,...

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    Price: $13.77
  • Seachoice Drink Holder Cozy

    Seachoice Drink Holder Cozy

    The Seachoice Drink Holder/Cozy mounts securely to any smooth surface with one large suction cup....

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    Whitecap Teak Paper Towel Dispenser

    Wall Mounted Paper Towel Dispenser fits standard and jumbo size paper towel rolls. A Spring Loaded...

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  • Magma Grill Cooking Utensils

    Magma Cooking Utensils

    Magma utensils made of mirror polished 304 grade stainless steel. Choose from spatula and tongs....

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  • Taco Marine Poly Single Drink Holder

    Taco Marine Poly Drink Holders

    At anchor or under weigh, Taco Marine drink holders provide a convenient, spill-free place to keep...

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  • Magma Grill Side or Flat Rail Mount

    Magma Grill Side or Flat Rail Mount

    A single mount for rectangular Magma grills, T10-340 mount attaches grills to any vertical flat...

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  • Trident Marine LPG System Aluminum Tank

    Trident Marine LPG System Aluminum Tank

    Trident aluminum LPG (propane) tanks for marine applications are corrosion and rust free, perfect...

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  • Magma Grill Control Valve

    Magma Grill Control Valve

    Magma grill control valves are specifically designed for pre-regulated, low pressure, on-board LPG...

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  • Magma Fish and Veggie Grill Tray

    Magma Fish and Veggie Grill Tray

    The Magma Fish and Veggie Grill Tray keeps every bit of your hard-earned catch from falling through...

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  • Beckson Insulated Can & Bottle Holder

    Beckson Insulated Can & Bottle Holder

    Insulated drink holder made of soft PVC, features a two step design that allows it to hold cans...

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    Price: $19.50
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Grilling, Cooking and Galley Supplies

Hats off to the Galley Chef Wizard

Of all the challenges of cooking, arguably none are so great as preparing a meal at sea. This typically means limited space, a rolling horizon, hungry crew and one very anxious chef. The job grows exponentially more difficult without the right tools. A good set of cookware and a dedicated marine cooktop are a great start to get you cooking on any sea. For grilling in port, try an over the rail grill. These units mount easily to a stern rail and lessen any fire and mess hazard onboard. Cleanup is also much easier on deck. For cooking while underway, a galley cooker is required. This can be as simple as a mini single burner that is gimbal mounted to a bulkhead, or a full sized stovetop and oven. Most units operate off propane (LPG) and may require some plumbing to install. Their advantage is a dry space (hopefully), that is sheltered from wind to protect cooking flames. A gimballed unit will also pivot with the roll of the boat. Imagine fixing a pot of soup somewhere out in the Gulf Stream! Fiddles are hardware that secures pots and pans to the burner with curved bracing arms and thumb screws. These are literally a lifesaver, preventing scalds, burns, ruined meals and disgruntled crew. A side benefit to the galley oven- try this trick next time you wake to a cold cabin. Crack the companionway to ensure a little airflow, then kick on the oven and keep it's door open. The cabin will be dry and warm in short order.

Quality Cookware

A good set of cookware goes a long way in a galley. Nothing is worse than trying to get some shuteye with the nuisance of odd clanging noises calling you back to the waking world. A good set of nesting cookware saves space and helps you rest. Stainless steel is good stuff onboard. For cookware, it means you can use freshwater supplies sparingly. Wash down the dishes post meal with seawater and finish off with a quick freshwater rinse. The stainless stuff won't corrode.

Marine Food Storage

Food storage onboard is another concern. For cruising vessels with limited power supply, a solid block of ice packed in a well insulated cooler goes a long way. Marine coolers are typically built a bit more rugged and better insulated than the simple picnic cooler available from the grocer. If space and power supply permits, a marine refrigerator greatly extends your menu options. A few days out and the meats and cheeses are still fit to eat, with a cold drink in hand. These simple luxuries are immeasurable at sea. What makes a marine refigerator different from your household one? Here are a few highlights. The compressor units in marine frig continue to operate many degrees off level. Hermetically sealed compressor means it is quiet and sealed against corrosion. Doors mechanically latch shut. Most important, it accepts both AC and DC power source.

Serve it up

When it comes time to eat, keep it on the table. Simple accessories such as drink holders, pedestal tables and unbreakable dishware complete the experience. Bottle openers for a cold one or a glass of wine, and nothing could be finer. An evening meal at sunset, in your favorite quiet harbor looking out from the comfort of the cockpit. Life is good.

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