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Thanks TrueBlue,

Batteries are definitely off the boat. Even for a single winter, I never leave them on board... They are on a marine charger in the basement at my in-laws. They were at the end of their useful life anyway so I will probably replace them.

I went to great pains to remove anything that could freeze, or cause damage or be damaged by the humidity (summer) or cold (winter).
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