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I''ve been looking at diesel cabin heaters for my 36'' Dufour. Anyone have information on either the Espar or Wallas?
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Try Oceanoptions.com for current Espar prices
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I love my Espar. It has been keeping my boat toasty and warm during some extensive yardwork up in Maine. It is simple to use and works quite well. Just in case, make sure you have CO detectors installed- one per living compartment would be the most conservative approach.
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I have had an Espar on board a 42 footer for 17 years and it is flawless. Not a single problem.
It has kept us warm in a cool Maine summer and last week while on board in 38 degree here in the marina.

As an additional benefit the very dry hot air coming from the outlet vents will dry wet clothes in minuted.
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