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Keeping Warm Winter Boating

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Hi.  As a South of the M4 wimp, I also had (still have somewhere) an electric under blanket when on board Shadow.  Only trouble was, the one we had was not happy working on the inverter, only on 240v.  Sue

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I've just spent Saturday night on board, never run the heating at night just a medium tog sleeping bag and a Quality blanket, put the heating on in the evening and its a 5 kW warm air heater so hot had to to open the hatch about 6 inches to balance it off, as these  heaters don't like being turned down too much, in the morning frosty outside windscreen on car frozen but nice and cosy in the boat, now back home enjoying my newly installed central heating system, happy Winter boating to You all.

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