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I think most of the replys assume you will attach the charger and leave it connected for the winter. If so, they are correct. You need a smart charger that will not overcharge the batteries.
If the intent is to periodically top off the batteries by attaching the charger for a couple of hours, then I see no problem. I use this technique when my boat is on the hard for the winter.