The 5 Travel Products You Must Have for Boat Travel

by Matt Rimer

Jul 16, 2015

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Whether fishing in the British Virgin Islands, taking a yacht across the Mediterranean or anchoring off the coast of Thailand, boating can be an amazing journey. However, bringing along a few choice items can never hurt.

 

 

iPhone Satellite Phone Sleeve ($525/plan year)

Typically when boating, the only way to contact help in the event of an emergency is through an expensive satellite phone. Recently, however, the people at Thuraya developed a SatSleeve that can be attached to any newer iPhone.

 

 

Sperry Boat Shoes ($95)

Let’s face it — looking the part is half battle when it comes to boating. For authentic nautical chic, try a pair of Sperry boat shoes for men or for women.

 

Comfortmax Belt Pack ($80)

Lifejackets, while important for swimmers and non-swimmers alike, can often be bulky and intrusive. Conversely, the Comfortmax Belt Pack provides the same life-saving capability while only wrapping around the waist of the user.

 

 

Cobra Waterproof Bluetooth Speakers ($79.95)

A boating adventure is not complete without the right music. Don’t ruin your good speakers with salty water — instead try the Cobra Airwave Box.

 

Charissa Fish Seasoning Rub ($12)

After you’ve caught a tasty critter from the sea, try rubbing it down with a spice like Moroccan Charissa.

 

 

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