Eating and drinking on the boat: with these products you’re set for the vacations


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Eating a nice pasta dish with fish in the roadstead, sipping a glass of chilled white wine, who wouldn’t want to spend the summer on a boat like that? Equipping yourself with the right accessories in the kitchen for eating and drinking on the boat before you leave for the cruise is a necessary step when going a vacation. Glasses, wine glasses, cutlery, plates, pots, tablecloths: everything you need for eating and drinking on a boat can be found inside!

What you can’t miss on board for eating and drinking on the boat:

Eating on the boat: Stackable cookware set

Eating on the Boat - Stackable cookware set
Eating on the Boat – Stackable cookware set

Here is the ultimate, space-saving solution for cooking on a boat. A battery of 5 pots and a colander, stackable inside each other when not in use, to take up very little space on board. This cookware set works on both gas and ceramic and induction stoves; it is truly a versatile product that allows you to cook anything on board.

Eating on a boat: Set of soup plates

Eating on the Boat - Bottom Dishes
Eating on the Boat – Bottom Dishes

With the set of 6 melamine soup plates, you can eat pastas and soups on a boat without fear of spills. The plates are made of melamine, unbreakable and resistant to high temperatures. They can therefore be washed in the dishwasher without any risk. The blue/white color and workmanship make the plates look like porcelain, while the design is enhanced by the anchor detail.

Eating on a boat: Set of flat plates

Eating on the Boat - Flat Dishes
Eating on the Boat – Flat Dishes

The set of 6 dinner plates matches the set of soup plates, although here the predominant color is white while the details are done in blue. Also produced from melamine, they are great for receiving hot dishes and are very easy to clean. The diameter of the plates is 28 centimeters.

Eating on the Boat: Cutlery Set

Eating on the Boat - Anchor cutlery set
Eating on the Boat – Anchor cutlery set

Of the many pieces of cutlery available, these nautical-themed ones are perfect for keeping on a boat. Made of stainless steel with a decorative anchor at the lowest part of the handle, they are dishwasher safe. The set includes 24 pieces: 6 spoons, 6 forks, 6 knives and 6 coffee spoons.

Drinking on the boat: Water glasses

Drinking on the Boat - Water Glasses
Drinking on the Boat – Water Glasses

Glasses are essential on a boat, not only if you intend to dine or dine on board. Indeed, it may happen that you host someone for a day or half a day, and theneed for a nice glass of cold water will come up sooner or later. This set includes 9 glasses 10 centimeters tall made of unbreakable Tritan. They are dishwasher safe and there is a non-slip ring under the glass.

Drinking on a boat: Wine glasses

Drinking on the Boat - Wine Glasses
Drinking on the Boat – Wine Glasses

Drink a glass of wine at sunset while listening to the sound of the sea. Beautiful, priceless, but be careful not to spill anything on the teak! With this set of 6 wine glasses with non-slip you can enjoy the moment and sip your wine with peace of mind. Height of the goblets: about 21 centimeters. Diameter: 5.5 centimeters.

Drinking on the boat: Thermal bottle holder

Drinking on the Boat - Thermal Bottle Holder
Drinking on the Boat – Thermal Bottle Holder

Every wine should be drunk at the right temperature, and while it is true that it takes time to cool the bottles, it is also true (unfortunately) that it takes only a little to get them warm. And there is nothing worse than spoiling a great wine by drinking it warm. This steel bottle holder keeps wine cool and attaches conveniently to any table. A must have for summer!

Drinking and eating on the boat: Aperitif set

Eating on the Boat - Aperitif Set
Eating on the Boat – Aperitif Set

For an aperitif in the cockpit or bow, this set is ideal. It includes a large tray and two smaller bowls to put olives, taralli or chips in and sip a spritz at cocktail hour. These products are also made of spill-resistant melamine and have a non-slip ring at the bottom.



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