Basically the whole boat runs on DC, so just the battery charger
is really getting us by pretty well. We've got a big Victron unit permanently installed, fortunately. We have 2 shore power
inlets, one for 110 which is the one hooked up to everything, hence the original post seeking something portable.
The second one is just run right to the 220v charger, and nowhere else. And that's fine, except that we would like to run a space heater for a few hours a day without running the 110v inverter to do so, even though we can seemingly without trouble. Hot water would be a bonus, but not really needed since we have nice showers here anyway, and when we're out cruising, the engine
takes care of the water heating
But, I really don't feel like embarking on a wiring
job, so I think that 220v to the dock
for the heater we're using occasionally will do the trick well enough.
I think that we've got our plan of action figured out.
Anyway, thanks guys. My questions have been answered quite nicely.
We're liking England
so far, by the way. We rented a car for a week, and this driving on the wrong side of the road thing takes a lot of concentration, but otherwise, all's quite nice so far.