My first experience with outfitting a galley was in 1980 when Bruce and I started Gulf Islands Cruising School Ltd. We were offering five day live aboard Learn to Cruise vacations with a maximum of four students plus instructor on board.
The boats we used were C &C 26' and the galley consisted of a sink with cold water only pump, two burner alcohol stove and an icebox which fortunately was large.
The following equipment and utensils were placed on board to provide meals for the instructor and crew:
Pots and Pans
- non stick fry pan with spatter screen
- stainless steel double boiler
- tea kettle
- one small, one large stainless bowl
- Six place settings/non breakable
- Unbreakable glasses
-place settings for six
-one small, one large stainless steel knife
-top quality can opener
Space on board was very limited, therefore, only the bare necessities were provided.