+ bright waterproof rechargeable headlamp for every person aboard plus one
+ folding hikers' solar
panel with usb charger
for shore excursions/ditch bag/electrical backup
+cellphones == 1000s of hours of entertainment + navigation
+ reference library + 14mp camera+ flashlight) both ours have at least a6 128gb microsd card.
+ Upgrading to standard propane tanks
which can be swapped at any gas station in the US. Way more capacity, and still easy to transport via dinghy
+ Painting the 30 yo faded interior gelcoat
(Still in progress and not a priority, but good grief what a difference.)
+ Hammock hooks for hanging pots and pans low profile (I hate 'eyecatcher' hooks--you know, the ones you'll impale on in a seaway.) and elastic straps to hold them in place without rattling.
+ Acetic acid to mix my iwn vinegar.
+ Pool shock bleach crystals to mix own bleach.
+ 20qt granite ware pressure canner and Tattler reusable canning lids.
+ Good day packs to properly enjoy shore excursions.
+ HDPE 2000ml rectangular prism labware storage
bottles by Nalgene for storing chemicals, coffee, anything I want safely and impermeably stored.
+ Swapping and moving to midline the small double basin sink for a giant, just as deep, single basin and simplifying the plumbing--better, more useful, sink and three times the accessible, low, and more midline, storage
volume. (Aka how I found room for the 20qt pressure canner and more).
+ Upgrading the dim cool light LED retrofit bulbs to brighter, warm light LED retrofit bulbs. Indistinguishableb from incandescent, 30x less energy. Kakuanua is the brand name, I think--Amazon.