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Old 11-09-2011, 08:38   #1
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Inventory Lists / Forms ?

Does anyone know of a list or form for provisioning galley, spare parts etc for short term (3 months?) cruising?
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Re: Inventory lists/form??

Here are some:

Atom Voyages | Recipes and Provisioning for Cruising Sailboats

Provisioning and Recipes

Excel Food Provisioning List

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Old 11-09-2011, 09:42   #3
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Most companies that deliver provisions to ships provide the ships with a list to check off the things that they need. I had one that I got from a ship years ago and need to get another one. I'll make a phone call and if I get a good source, I'll post it.
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Greetings and welcome aboard the CF, sail01lyn.
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Does anyone know of a list or form for provisioning galley, spare parts etc for short term (3 months?) cruising?
I think it best if you make your own. Your food likes and dislikes might not agree with another's list for provisioning galley. And spare parts for your particular boat will certainly be different from mine.

Make a list of foods you like to eat. From that, make a list of ingredients needed to cook those meals. Work from there, keeping in mind that basic items such as rice and sugar can be purchased anywhere so you don't need to stock in quantity.

My husband keeps the MOASS -- the Mother Of All SpreadSheets. MOASS has calculated fields that are normally white but turn to yellow when approaching time to do that particular maintenance chore, and turn to red when it is time to do the work. MOASS also has several worksheets for spares and for expendable items used in routine maintenance of our boat -- oil filters, oil, various kinds of light bulbs, pre-filters for watermaker, drinking water filters, etc., etc., etc. It also calculates time of arrival, UTC date and time (for long passages at sea this can get confusing), fuel used on passage and all kinds of other trivia. He designed this spreadsheet for our particular model boat and it has served us well for over 6 years of cruising. You certainly do not need anything like this for only a 3 month cruise, but this detail does come in handy for longer-term cruising.

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Re: Inventory Lists / Forms ?

here is a provisioning list that was posted by Dave and Carolyn Shearlock on their website. I am going to modify it for my own requirements but at least the hard work has been done.
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Welcome aboard!!

I am a list lover too. Here is a basic version of my provisions list. Of course you would have to adapt it, but if it helps....
provisioning and location.pdf
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My husband keeps the MOASS -- the Mother Of All SpreadSheets. MOASS has calculated fields that are normally white but turn to yellow when approaching time to do that particular maintenance chore, and turn to red when it is time to do the work. MOASS also has several worksheets for spares and for expendable items used in routine maintenance of our boat -- oil filters, oil, various kinds of light bulbs, pre-filters for watermaker, drinking water filters, etc., etc., etc. It also calculates time of arrival, UTC date and time (for long passages at sea this can get confusing), fuel used on passage and all kinds of other trivia. He designed this spreadsheet for our particular model boat and it has served us well for over 6 years of cruising. You certainly do not need anything like this for only a 3 month cruise, but this detail does come in handy for longer-term cruising.

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Judy, would your husband be amenable to sharing his MOASS with us lesser beings not so conversant in writing programs in excel and who are planning longer sojourns away from base.
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My husband keeps the MOASS -- the Mother Of All SpreadSheets. MOASS has calculated fields that are normally white but turn to yellow when approaching time to do that particular maintenance chore, and turn to red when it is time to do the work. MOASS also has several worksheets for spares and for expendable items used in routine maintenance of our boat -- oil filters, oil, various kinds of light bulbs, pre-filters for watermaker, drinking water filters, etc., etc., etc. It also calculates time of arrival, UTC date and time (for long passages at sea this can get confusing), fuel used on passage and all kinds of other trivia. He designed this spreadsheet for our particular model boat and it has served us well for over 6 years of cruising. You certainly do not need anything like this for only a 3 month cruise, but this detail does come in handy for longer-term cruising.

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Being a bit SS anal myself, is it possible to obtain a copy of said MOASS?

I'm sure I could recreate it, but if all those formulas already exist, and some kind soul is willing to share, I know I, and perhaps some others, would be very appreciative
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I think it best if you make your own. Your food likes and dislikes might not agree with another's list for provisioning galley. And spare parts for your particular boat will certainly be different from mine.

Make a list of foods you like to eat. From that, make a list of ingredients needed to cook those meals. Work from there, keeping in mind that basic items such as rice and sugar can be purchased anywhere so you don't need to stock in quantity.

My husband keeps the MOASS -- the Mother Of All SpreadSheets. MOASS has calculated fields that are normally white but turn to yellow when approaching time to do that particular maintenance chore, and turn to red when it is time to do the work. MOASS also has several worksheets for spares and for expendable items used in routine maintenance of our boat -- oil filters, oil, various kinds of light bulbs, pre-filters for watermaker, drinking water filters, etc., etc., etc. It also calculates time of arrival, UTC date and time (for long passages at sea this can get confusing), fuel used on passage and all kinds of other trivia. He designed this spreadsheet for our particular model boat and it has served us well for over 6 years of cruising. You certainly do not need anything like this for only a 3 month cruise, but this detail does come in handy for longer-term cruising.

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Thanks for all the replies...Judy, I would love to see your husbands lists. I deal with the computer on a small scale, learning as I go. It would be great to have a guideline.
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Re: Inventory Lists / Forms ?

Ah lists, I'm (re) reading two books at the moment, one has some good lists.

I think the one with the lists is

The Seaworthy Offshore Sailboat - John Vigror

A good read even if it is the wrong book.
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Thanks for all the replies...Judy, I would love to see your husbands lists. I deal with the computer on a small scale, learning as I go. It would be great to have a guideline.
Sent you a PM on this. Also to Mexdon and avb3.

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Re: Inventory Lists / Forms ?

We use HanDBase for the iPhone/iPod Touch, so it goes right to the grocery store with us. We also use it for spares, marine supplies, tools, hardware, and miscellaneous consumables. It includes storage location(s) as well as quantities, part numbers, etc.

If anyone has the program, I can provide the templates.
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We use HanDBase for the iPhone/iPod Touch, so it goes right to the grocery store with us. We also use it for spares, marine supplies, tools, hardware, and miscellaneous consumables. It includes storage location(s) as well as quantities, part numbers, etc.

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I have the program and would be very interested in your templates. Thank you, Robyn
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