Join Date: Feb 2010
Location: Narragansett Bay
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Re: Hanging "dress clothes", suits and such, in the boat
We have a set of bunks, where the upper bunk will fold down to make a couch. It's just a fancy set of pipe berths. I've often thought, if we moved aboard full time, the top bunk could be removed or kept down and a hanging rod put in. Maybe close it in with fabric.
Big problem with clothing that stays aboard full time is odor. Our boat does not smell !! However, when we bring foulies home for he winter, we can tell. It's faint enough that the odor disappears after a few days at home. Nevertheless, your office mates may notice.
I have wondered whether some Kanberra gel inside a hanging locker is a good idea. May try it this year.
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