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Got a great package price from Ocean Options. Included a new digital thermostat, wiring harness's, pump and all necessary misc. duct fittings/extentions, along with a furnace unit they had installed in a local sailboat, but had to remove shortly after.

The boat owner decided to go with hydronic instead of forced air - didn't like air blowing on her feet. I did all the installations - retrofitting my existing ducts and 6 output registers.
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Got a great package price from Ocean Options. Included a new digital thermostat, wiring harness's, pump and all necessary misc. duct fittings/extentions, along with a furnace unit they had installed in a local sailboat, but had to remove shortly after.

The boat owner decided to go with hydronic instead of forced air - didn't like air blowing on her feet. I did all the installations - retrofitting my existing ducts and 6 output registers.
I'll pursue this, TB...I was aware of this, as well as the Webasto units. I suppose I'd then have single cooling options (the Marine Air on shore power), and dual heating options (Marine Air at dock and Espar diesel heat on the hook).

I wonder how simple it would be to tap into the existing vents and registers (which look well done) and what size exhaust stack I would require?

I'll ask around. Thanks!
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