Should it stay or should it go?
Working on my new old boat this Winter and I'm debating if I should remove the watermaker
. It's going to Lake Superior
this Spring for weekend sailing/work vacation
The unit is the 12v PUR Powersurvivor 35 in perfect working condition with all the chemicals, filters, ect. The previous owner really was proud of this thing, told me how expensive it was, how well it works, and all the preventative maintenance
he did on blah blah but I just don't think I'll need it.
I'll be on the boat every weekend in the Summer but it's not like I'm going to be "out" anchored for more than a night or two until my vacation
weeks. The Marina has power, water
, showers, and all the other comforts. If I have to haul a jerry can of water
to the boat for cooking/drinking for overnights I'm thinking no big deal.
Plenty of other things I need and can spend money
on refitting this Winter unless this watermaker
isn't worth anything on resale or so little it's worth leaving in? Please tell me if I'm off track here before I pull this thing.