Tiller tamer by Davis, omni adjustable for tension you want for steering to holding course setting. No clutch to let all go, or have on only. I single hand nearly all the time and the Davis is the best for me. Controls on top too, hard to mistake hitting clutch release letting all go on me when grabbing tiller in a hurry or blindly.
So I was walking into The Walmart a few weeks ago and there on display were some solar yard lights exactly like Jacktar showed, so I bought 2 @ .97¢ each.
I put one on my boat exactly as shown by Jacktar. Works Great.
So I go to my boat today to pick up my rudder to make a small repair and what do I find...
Thousands of dead and dying bugs. The other boats with no lights had almost no critters.
So, I'm just going on record to say this was ALL JACKTAR's FAULT...
I am refurbing my galley (dont hate on me!). Anyway - for $7 on Amazon you can get a nice wire rack that will fit perfectly on the lip inside the cooler. Also rolls up nicely when not in use and can be cut to exact width. I keep some frozen 2L bottles under the rack to avoid a lot of excess water to clean up later.
Using my pull out galley, I only use the built in icebox to store the pots, pans, plates etc for cooking, and use a separate cooler stuck forward between the settee to starboard and the forward dinette seat to port on the cabin sole. Easier to get at while cooking and holds more stuff and keeps it colder.