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Re: Cruiser's Biggest Provisioning Surprises...

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Originally Posted by Melrna View Post
Beer for a long cruise. I can store a lot but crew drinks a lot especially during sundowners with other cruisers.
Bread we make or if in the Bahamas, Bimini bread is bought by the case.
Toilet paper with 4 women onboard is my other nemis. Takes up way to much precise storage space, even after collapsing the rolls.
Just so you know, beer has a bad habit of exploding if setting against unfinished fiberglass (Gulf stream crossing to Bahamas). The mess it makes, especially when you don't figure it out for about a month or two later, is a real eye opener!! Now beer can be a luxury while liquor drinks have become the mainstay.

Funny, that!!

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