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Re: Canadian sailing + heating ?

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Originally Posted by Bilgewater View Post
Sloop...very cool! In the photo it appears to be venting directly into the house, is that correct?
Can you please explain what this piece of art is.

I'm just about to build a primarily wood heated house and I'm looking for something small at the other end of the house (the sun room) where the main heat can't efficiently get to.

Apologizing in advance for sidetracking this thread.
It was awaiting delivery to the new owner of my old boat. It's a Tewkesbury marine fireplace. They were available as an option on Columbias back in the day. Been out of business for decades but they were so solidly made that if you can find one, simply polishing the brass & bronze will make them look like new.
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