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Old 31-12-2010, 09:40   #46
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If you want AC, that will rule out living on a mooring. AC requires shore power that you can only get at the dock.
Not necessarily, if you get a smaller freestanding unit (they look similar to a big dehumidifier) then they don't use nearly as much power as a built in system. Sure, you'll still need to power it but if you only run it for an hour or two when it's really needed then a small generator or decent wind/solar battery set up would be sufficient.
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