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Boat Trip Provisions List

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Those who plan their trip shopping properly save time and nerves. In addition, there is no risk of forgetting important things. So here is a shopping list for your next boat adventure.

Food and drink planning for your sailing trip

A sailing trip like this needs to be well planned. Your crew and you want to spend a few days on the boat and you have to live on something – air and a lot of love, that describes the spirit of Join The Crew perfectly, but unfortunately it will not be quite enough to survive on board. There are several reasons why it makes sense to use a shopping list when shopping for a trip.

5 reasons why you should make a shopping list before sailing

1 – You do not forget anything
This is very important, because in some sailing areas you have no or only limited possibility to buy food, drinks and other things. It is best to find out more from your skipper in advance.

2 – Everyone wants a piece of the pie
Usually you are not alone on board – at least not with us. Sailing makes you hungry and all crew members want to be full. For this it takes i. d. Usually quite a bit. The shopping list will help you to plan the large quantities better.

3 – allergies, intolerances & Co? No problem!
Do you have allergy sufferers in the crew or there are any intolerances, you have enough options for the corresponding fellow sailors to determine alternatives.

4 – Chaos wastes time
Shopping for around 9 people can quickly end up in a mess. You have a lot of different things that you have to buy and that in large quantities. The shopping list should be divided into sensible areas (see our example) so that you don’t have to run wild from A to B to find something – this will save you a lot of time.

5 – One for all and all for shopping
If you distribute your sailing shopping list over several pieces of paper, each sailor can take care of an area of ​​shopping and you can get through everything faster …

We want to give you a basic shopping list here. If you book a sailing trip with us, you will once again receive a shopping list for sailing that is separately adapted to the area.

Sailing shopping list – the basics

(Since shopping can take a few hours, we recommend that you load the chilled items at the end so that the cold chain is not interrupted for too long.)

Print out the page, enter the required quantities, and you can start shopping.

Fruit Vegetable

Apples
tomato
Pears
Cucumber
Plums
paprika
banana
Potatoes
Peaches
Lettuce
oranges
Onions
Lemons
Carrots
Mandarins
garlic
Grapefruit
Kiwi fruit

Breakfast

Eggs
honey
jam
Nutella
toast
zwieback
crispbread
Black bread
Whole grain bread
White bread
cereal
oatmeal
Sausage (packed)
salami
bacon

Dairy products

Quark
yogurt
butter
margarine
(Cream cheese
milk
Buttermilk
Condensed milk
cream

Spices, sauces & baking ingredients

Ketchup
Mayonnaise
mustard
Vegetable broth
soy sauce
Tabasco
Tomato paste
Lemon juice
Olives
vinegar
pepper
salt
curry
paprika
Herbal mixture
cinnamon
oregano
rosemary
Caraway seed
Raisins
almonds
grated coconut
Nut kernels
Pine nuts
Cloves
sugar
Flour
baking powder
Dry yeast
Vanillin powder

Preserves & bags

Soups
Stews
Sausages
tuna
Herring fillets
Sardines
Cucumbers
Corn
Peas & Carrots
Champions
Beetroot
sauerkraut
pineapple
Peaches

Other

various types of pasta
(Rice pudding

Sweet & salty

chewing gum
sweets
liquorice
Wine gum
Cookies
Granola bar,
chocolate
Pretzel Sticks
peanuts
Flips & Chips

Beverages

tea
coffee
cocoa
water
Orange juice
Tomato juice
cola
lemonade
tonic
Bitter lemon
beer
White / red wine
sherry
rum
cognac

Galley helper

Candles
Placemats
Paper napkins
Dish soap
Sponges, brushes, rags
Paper towels
Trash bags
Aluminum foil
Cling film
Filter bags
Drying cloths
All purpose cleaner
corkscrew
pocket knife
Garlic press
sharp kitchen knife

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