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Depending on your stove/oven you should consider a good exhaust hood/fan. Besides the obvious of removing unwanted heat from the galley in the summer, it will also help to pull grease, smoke, etc. out. I saw a marine version of these at the boat show on the new Catalina's & Hunters, probably on them Moody's, Hylas, & Hinckleys too but I don't dare go on those boats
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soap pump, I lived on my sailboat over the summer here in Provincetown and one thing that is going in to make a world of difference to me is a couple of soup pumps. One for joy and one for handsoap. I like to wash my greasy hands in joy using raw water / also dishes, and of course the hand soap for fresh water spruce up!

Tired of having the bottle of joy flying all over the boat and of course the bar of hand soap getting the counter iky. Its the little things that make a boat a home, OK a built in Microwave or an actual fridge would make it a palace. but right now the little things will do.
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