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- Your Vessel Info: Morgan Out Island 41
- Location: Lived Aboard 45 Years,- now on a chair in my walk-in closet!
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- Your Vessel Info: 1982 Hunter 36 (Cherubini)
- Location: Brunswick, Ga.
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Maybe the West Coast offers less seasonally demanding climates? How about shipping your boat to San Francisco if you like colder temps? What range of temps would one have to deal with in San Diego? Just pointing out some options here.
Drifting from the topic here, my biggest challenge is winter. We do run a ceramic heater when at the dock. It's the only time I exceed the basic electric charges. We used 11 KWH of electric last month. Winter is MUCH higher. Condensation and mold are our enemy in the winter. Summer, a couple of fans keep things more or less comfortable.
Just give me bathing suit and flip-flop weather, and I'm a happy camper.
1982 (Cherubini)Hunter 36
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Now I still drink a lot (most beer, but that's getting off the subject)...... but now really play a "union role", work 15-30 mins, then rest in the shade for 10-30 mins.... Had a guy at the marina next door taken off by EMS last week for over heating and had a heart attack....
43' Hatteras CPMY
M/V "No Dial Tone"
Fernandina Beach, Fl
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