On Eolian, lo these many years ago, I installed what must be the standard teak wine glass rack on the underside of the cabinet over the galley sink:
But there is a problem. In a seaway, the glasses jostle around and then eventually abandon the rack, jumping to their freedom. Short of fitting them with tiny life jackets, what is to be done? I have considered many ideas as solutions to this problem, but have not found one to my liking. Normally I like to consider myself a pretty creative guy, but on this one I am drawing a blank.
So. There are some very creative folks out there who read this blog - this post is directed to you. I need your help, please.
How can I retain the wine glasses in the rack? The solution needs to:
- Retain the glasses in a seaway (duh).
- Make it easy to insert and remove glasses into/from the rack when we are not in a seaway (realistically, this is the large majority of the time). If the solution involves a removable piece, stowage is a concern
- Not look like a kludge (no bungie cords please)
- Be elegant in its simplicity.
Please send your ideas to the address on the contact page, listed in the tab above.
OK, over to you, creative folks!