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Re: On-boat clothes washing
There’s a laundromat near the marina. With any size load, it was so much easier to use their large washers/driers. We could wash and dry a ton of laundry for under $10. I mean a washer you could personally climb into, it was so big. Not since college had I used a pay laundry, I thought it was good value, rather than haul everything home.
We’ve really gone overboard now. We pay them to wash, dry and fold. We drop our stuff off, when leaving the boat and pick it up, on our way back. Luxurious. With so many guests, we were getting tired of the routine. 3 sets of bed linens, 6 sets of towels, galley hand towels and rags, plus several days of our clothing. All done, with zero effort or time, for about $30.
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