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Re: Heating Your Boat

How cold is cold?
I did not see mention of how far north you are.

were heading south again, NC currently till mid Nov. Blankets and snuggling till morning. Heating coffee and muffins warms the boat until the sun heats things up. Thats been sufficient unless a big cold snap hits. Then either take a cheap dock for a night or fire up the honda to power our small cube heaters
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