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Old 03-11-2010, 00:12   #91
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hi Bob

respect to you, but there is something i don't see many in boat.
That is to have a hood for a boat above stove, just like house kitchen.
this will get rib some oild fume and cooking odour.

I like the boat but sure don't have that money.
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Old 03-11-2010, 00:22   #92
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hi Bob

respect to you, but there is something i don't see many in boat.
That is to have a hood for a boat above stove, just like house kitchen.
this will get rib some oild fume and cooking odour.

I like the boat but sure don't have that money.
We have this in our boat, a Dixon designed 54 footer. I laughed at it at first as something useless (the Oysters didn't have it). Boy was I wrong. It not only keeps the boat from getting all funked up with cooking smells, it also gets rid of products of combustion, really making a remarkable difference in the atmosphere below. It's simple to design - just one more of the same b!ower and ductwork used to ventilate the engine compartment.

Highly recommended feature.
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We have this in our boat, a Dixon designed 54 footer. I laughed at it at first as something useless (the Oysters didn't have it). Boy was I wrong. It not only keeps the boat from getting all funked up with cooking smells, it also gets rid of products of combustion, really making a remarkable difference in the atmosphere below. It's simple to design - just one more of the same b!ower and ductwork used to ventilate the engine compartment.

Highly recommended feature.
Bingo..!!
I design too, but not for boat...factory in fact.
For boat designed fro more crews....cooking would be sure more intensed.

One more feature, that boat rarely have which I think is usefull too:

That is the provision to install an air-con, space for in and out door unit, power supply(on/off shore) and drainage, should be incooperated during design stage.

I never know about boat and never own one....still in my dream.

Cheer.
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Bingo..!!
I design too, but not for boat...factory in fact.
For boat designed fro more crews....cooking would be sure more intensed.

One more feature, that boat rarely have which I think is usefull too:

That is the provision to install an air-con, space for in and out door unit, power supply(on/off shore) and drainage, should be incooperated during design stage.

I never know about boat and never own one....still in my dream.

Cheer.
Provision for aircon is not rare on larger cruising boats, but rather usual. By the way, marine aircon systems have no 'outside unit' - the condensors are water cooled.
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We have a custom stove hood already on the plans. But there is only s much detail you can show at this resolution s it was left out of this drawng. It wa one of the first things the client asked for.
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Here is a section thru the galley that shows the range hood.
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Centre cockpit in a following sea

I crossed Biscay this summer on my 49 foot centre cockpit. The following sea was pretty big and there was a huge amount of water being repeatedly dropped on the aft deck. However we were dry in the centre cockpit. I was very glad not to be helming in an aft cockpit yacht
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Re: Pros and Cons of a Center Cockpit Mono

see my post. its a great boat
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