You've had a lot of feedback now. We're still using a 15-20 yr. old "French press" insulated coffee pot. But I'm here to mention that the fine sieves wear out on their perimeter, and I would buy spares--do not expect more than 3 yrs. per each. Absolutely a pressure cooker; we carry two. I bake bread in 'em when it's too hot for the oven
. Yes, good knives, and sharp. A friend of ours' steak knife saved her husband's leg one time.
When we left to go cruising, we carried a minimum; I found that I added what I wanted as we went along. I don't think one can ever imagine ALL the changes, and cruising is an interactive process. For instance, we tried lots of different "passage meals", easy to reheat dishes. This led to the acquisition of a lasagne pan, suitable for cooking
roasts and other casserole type dishes.
Cruising is an extremely individual pursuit. We use glass glasses (with secure stowage), but not crystal, I buy cheap glasses (not more than $2 per glass) and replace them when "too many" are broken, I buy a new batch. Use pottery or Corelle plates. As Zeehag says, the boat's your home. Bring what you like best. Don't cast off old friends.
And although you can use an empty wine bottle, I like a rolling pin better for pie crusts, and some breads that require making thin.
The big deal, IMO, is to enjoy the process.
S/V Insatiable II, lying Manly, Qld., Aus.