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Old 10-10-2016, 13:43   #1
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Seattle? Wet and cold? Who coulda guessed?!

Hey everyone I live up in Seattle on my Pearson 303 with my girlfriend and my cat. We purchased our boat in May and haven't had to worry about heating during the summer and what little humidity there was we dealt with a Few charcoal closet dehumidifiers. But as rainy season begins we're having trouble keeping our windows from dripping and the cabin warm without running the diesel heater. So long story short.... anybody got suggestions on a small but reliable dehumidifier and the same for and electric heater??

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