|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|02-28-2012 11:39 PM|
|SlowButSteady||Three words: ventilation, ventilation, ventilation.|
|02-28-2012 08:56 PM|
Good for you for using the boat off season.. For the occasional cool night like that you could use a hatch tent or throw a sailbag over the hatch.. If you have a hatch tent you could leave the hatch cracked too, improving ventilation.
You two are the major source of moisture in a closed up V berth on a cold night. Not breathing doesn't seem like a good option so preventing the hatch lens and frame from getting chilled will help, as will not closing the forward compartment up tight.
|02-28-2012 08:14 PM|
Raining in the V Berth
We spent the night on the boat this weekend and the temperatures dropped down to the low 30's. The boat is insulated pretty good. However, the hatch over the V-birth developed a lot of condensation and dripped on our heads all night long. Is there anything you can do to eliminate or reduce this problem?