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Re: Working while living aboard

Originally Posted by Jetexas View Post
If the boat has Air-Conditioning, steaming up the inside shouldn't be a real problem with a shower. It knocks the moisture out of the air pretty fast.

I don't think I could get up at 5 a.m. and walk to the bath house to poop and shower every morning. I would want to have a shower on board and a pump-out service that emptied my holding tank on a weekly basis.

Maybe I'm just soft.
Except you run the risk of freezing up the condenser which does not take long with high humidity.

We get up to walk the dog every morning and walk right by the bath house. Not really that difficult. Not wanting to do that does not make you soft, it makes you lazy.

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