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Old 09-03-2010, 06:05   #1
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Food for a Season

Hi Guys,

My hubbie and I are weekend sailors with a 3-week cruise in mid summer. Nights are spent mostly at anchor and I tend to take fresh food with me for the weekend. Often try to have a barie on the beach but often end up eating on the boat as the weather is bad. Hey this is the UK!

My trouble is that I get over enthusiastic about how much food I put on the boat when we launch and end up taking most if it off again as we don’t use it.

We are on a swinging mooring in the coastal waters off Wales, therefore we have no permanent power on the boat other than the batteries. We have a small fridge but no freezer. (I wish…)

How much would you put on a boat?

What sort of foods would you put on?

What would your experience suggest?
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