Ten right ideas for your galley kitchen


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Kitchen. Let’s talk about cooking. Unless you are an avid ocean sailor who settles for a few packets of freeze-dried food, on a cruise you care about eating well and safely.
To fully enjoy a boating vacation even from a gastronomic point of view, you need the right accessories.(photo https://baileyboatcat.com)

Starting with a grill stove that also functions as an oven and moving on to the latest fad, which is the barbecue (gas or charcoal), made possible on the boat by bracket mounting on the stern pulpit. What if it’s windy? Don’t worry: the lid becomes an effective screen! What about the stove? Why not opt for induction ones? Today there are also portable ones. Take a look and awaken the on-board chef in you! Here are ten must-have accessories aboard your boat!


The Magma gas boat barbecue is one of the best sellers because of its practicality. It is sold complete with pressure regulator for aluminum Camping Gaz cylinders (CV270/470). Manufactured from polished stainless steel with stainless steel radiating grid, all its components are interconnected to prevent falling overboard. The lid can be positioned as a screen. From 336 euros. FIND IT HERE.

Do you want to save space in the kitchen? Check out this kettle ($44.99): can hold enough water to brew five cups of tea (capacity is 1.2 liters), is made of pure non-toxic silicone, with a stainless steel base. Normally it is 17 centimeters high but folded down to 6! Nautical Scout offers all kinds of collapsible tableware, from frying pans to buckets with capacities up to 7 liters, from tea and herbal tea infusers to pressure cookers and those you can use in the oven. FIND THEM HERE.

Are you on a sailing trip and get a craving for espresso coffee? The solution and is called Handcoffee, produced by Handpresso. It comes from the automotive world but is also great on boats: it is a compact portable espresso machine that is powered by a 12-volt outlet. You can have the whole variety of flavors thanks to the range of soft pods: long coffee, espresso, macchiato or cappuccino. From 99 euros. FIND IT HERE.

kitchen4. SAILGRILL

Sailgrill is entirely handmade of 316 nautical stainless steel and designed with a solid and sturdy structure. The aluminum attachments do not transfer heat to the boat, and the slopes at the bottom allow the charcoal to be discharged overboard at the end of cooking. The center door, allows the embers to slide into the water away from the boat. About charter@sailgrill.com

Even on a boat, where spartanity reigns, the eye wants its share, and a slightly more “elegant” set of dishes is always nice. At nauticplace.com you can find a wide range of suction cup-mounted, non-slip plastic tableware for organizing your boating lunches with confidence. FIND THEM HERE.

The Charlie series of portable stainless steel stoves manufactured by Brescia-based CAN can be fueled with ordinary denatured alcohol (the kind found in supermarkets, thanks to a dedicated tank equipped with a special fiber that holds the liquid. From 134.75 euros. FIND IT HERE.


Lotus Grill is the first portable charcoal barbecue free of noxious fumes. Inside the barbecue is a container in which you are going to place charcoal, to be ignited using a gel provided by Lotus. The flow of air created is from the bottom to the top: the barbecue takes cold air from below, which, passing between the charcoal, becomes hot and is distributed over the grill. FIND IT HERE.

kitchen8. KENYON / SILKEN2
Kenyon’s Silken2 induction cooktop features a smart power controller and touch controls. It won the 2014 DAME in its category, on the strength of the silicone top that can withstand the highest kitchen temperatures while providing maximum “grip” for the pots and pans in use, as well as being super easy to clean once used. From $264. FIND IT HERE.


The 100×100 cm Löschdecke fire blanket is regulation certified in accordance with ISO/DCS 9094-1-3: to be installed near the kitchen, it can replace the mandatory fire extinguisher near the cooktop. It costs 29 euros. FIND IT HERE.

kitchen10. MAGIC COOKER.

Magic Cooker is a special lid that uses the physical principle of the “Venturi Tube” and works by combining two effects, the moist heat created in the pot and the heat reflected from the lid downward. Saving water and energy, Magic Cooker transforms according to flame and pot height into grill, toaster, deep fryer, microwave, ventilated steam oven, pressure cooker. FIND IT HERE.


The review of galley products we have brought you is from the 2017 Accessories Special, the only true guide to equipping your boat, from electronics to safety, systems to propulsion, sails to cleaning, and much, much more. Hundreds of products, cards, prices, focus of our experts to choose the best.

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