Sunday, September 22, 2019
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Featured Catamaran and Boating Products


Stainless Steel Rub Rails

To preserve and prevent your deck or hull from damage, our stainless steel rails are very practical. There are various places onboard where sheets and also mooring lines scrub against....


In the Galley

Chocolate Upside Down Cake – Sweet Treats

My great-grandmother began serving this chocolate cake nearly 100 years ago, and it’s been a family favorite ever since. It’s great on a boat, as it uses cocoa instead of baking chocolate, was intended to be mixed by hand and baked in a “moderate oven” fueled by wood – perfect for a somewhat temperamental galley oven. Plus, the frosting won’t run in tropical heat! Grandma Phila's Chocolate Upside Down Cake This Chocolate Upside Down Cake is designed to be made without an electric mixer and tastes great – perfect if you live on a boat, RV or off the grid....
In the Galley

Peanut Butter Cookies – Sweet Treats

Baking on a boat isn’t quite the same as in a house. You may not have an electric mixer, your oven might have a hot spot due to its small size, or you might not even have an oven. Fear not! With a few quick tips and some boat-friendly recipes, you can have delicious sweets to nibble. And it’s oh-so-worth it to have something yummy on board. No electric mixer? Recipes, like this one, that use oil instead of shortening are much easier to mix by hand, with the added bonus of oil not requiring refrigeration and being slightly healthier. Hot spot...
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