Gear: Galley

Blue Buttons are available, red outlined buttons are areas under construction


Inverter Microwave Oven: Panasonic NN-SN686S

Inverter Technology with Turbo Defrost: Inverter Technology generates a seamless stream of power and delivers consistent, evenly prepared food without overcooking. In addition, it uses less power, since it only draws what it needs for the selected power setting.  That is very nice for a boat with limited power sources.


Convection Toaster Oven: Oster French Convection Countertop  

Because we are getting rid of the propane oven, we will need to add a counter top Convection Toaster Oven capable of baking, making pizza, roasting, etc., which runs off of our electrical system.

Oster Convection Oven

Portable Induction Cook top: Eurodib EG13 1300W
This Eurodib EG13 slim counter top induction range combines the benefits of fast, flameless induction cooking with sleek styling, easy-to-use controls, and an ultra-thin profile that takes up minimal space on the counter top (just 1/ 1/2" tall).

It boasts a vitroceramic, ceramic glass top that provides excellent durability.   Because it uses induction to heat the cooking vessel, this range maximizes efficiency and safety - there is no open flame, minimal ambient heat, and you won't have to change out fuel canisters like on a butane range.

This unit requires a 120V electrical connection and comes with a cord and plug.

Induction Pad

High Power Blender: Blandtec

With its strong motor, this blender makes lots of things, including icy drinks, smoothies, soft ice cream, and even soup.  It's a nice multitasker.


Pressure Cooker: Instant Pot, LUX60 8 Qt. 

This is another multitasker, sauté, slow cook, or pressure cook.

Instant Pot

Electric Grill: Kenyon B70090

Frontier All Seasons Portable Stainless Steel Electric Grill and Griddle, 120V. This in an indoor/outdoor grill.  We plan to make a permanent mount on the stern, which allows easy removal so that this unit can be moved indoors when desired.

Electric Grill

Food Sealer

These are useful for more than just keeping food fresh.  Anything small that will fit in the bags can be sealed to keep out salt air.  Tools, laptops, cell phones, etc.  They also seal hard containers (with no waste plastic).  When we do use plastic bags, we will purposely make them extra long.  That way, when we do open the bag by cutting off a thin strip of plastic, we can reseal the same bag (and properly dispose of the small strip when we get to shore).

Food Sealer

Dishes, Pots, etc.

Under Construction

Racks and Holders

Under Construction


Under Construction

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