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CLucas, old or not, your advice is appreciated. I just had to post because SoCal is in the middle of a heat wave. Santa Ana winds and temps in the high 80s and low 90s.
Sorry, I couldn't help myself. Thanks for the advice.
No fair! I woke up to a balmy 11* with an expected high of 18* today. All part of God's plan... "Let's see -- they can have perennial great weather BUT to keep it even, I'll also give them Paris Hilton and Governor Schwarzenegger..." TGIF
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I might do that!

I like the idea of doing the cabin with indoor outdoor carpet cut to fit. Who'dathunk?
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I would suggest purchasing either an inexpensive runner (with a non-skid mat underneath) or a decent bath mat with a rubberized back -- the latter can be tossed into the washing machine and is easily replaced if it gets badly soiled.

Oh yeah... and you don't have to varnish it
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Don't you just hate global warming?

Maybe the Northwest passage will be reopen this year.

Just think of all the fuel that will save.

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CLucas, old or not, your advice is appreciated. I just had to post because SoCal is in the middle of a heat wave. Santa Ana winds and temps in the high 80s and low 90s.
Sorry, I couldn't help myself. Thanks for the advice.
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I would have never considered carpet on a cruising boat but two years ago I saw a 70 something footer with wall to wall in the main salon...no smell..a couple stains....but all in all in good shape.
The captain said it had been in for over 8 years....
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