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Old 27-12-2017, 14:43   #31
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Re: Boat on the hard for a couple weeks, PNW. Really cold. Should I be worried?

Originally Posted by savoir View Post
Put a small house type electric heater in the salon and leave it on. Ceramic heaters work well.
I concur, put the heater near plumbing, you only have to keep the temp at 33+ degrees to keep it from freezing. If it's frozen make it as warm as you can.

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