Mud Hen #69, Mad Hatter
Join Date: Dec 2001
Location: Upstate NY
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Agreed. It takes days below 32ºF (don't know about them funny units you mentioned). Wind chill matters not a nit to the inside of a boat. Fiberglass don't sweat or exude moisture (wish it did!).
The rocking motion in a slip also keeps the water molecules bumping (friction - though miniscule) and further reduces the tendency to skim over and ice up.
Charlie P. Mud Hen 17 #69 Mad Hatter
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