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Re: Newbie Question - AC?

I assume by now, you must have your boat by now.

I'll add though, for anyone else that may view this that A/C is really dependent on the person and their preference for it. There's no right or wrong answer. The best answer is that it's better to have it and not use it then want it and not have it.

I've sailed in January and July without it and made out fine. The trip in July we actually had a lot of wind which made a huge difference. Also sailed in Oct, Nov and Feb and had it and used it. Didn't really need it or use it all nights in February, but it was nice a few quiet nights and also no worries about waking up for rain.
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Re: Newbie Question - AC?

I use solid state relay - module with screw terminals that are physically restricted by a cover from accidentally touching them. Lots of these available 'round the 'net and eBay, inexpensive.
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