Thanx, Gord :-)!
I just had a grumble on another thread about inadequate gear
being flogged to yotties. I hope others will take the time to read that bit about Peltier dehums in the "Secret Scotland" thing. It speaks to what I call "selling into a market of ignorance", that being the very essence of successful marketing!
An old, old "roll-yer-own" heater
for small boats is to mount a socket for an old-fashioned 60W incandescent bulb on a piece of plywood
. From a bit of thinnish tin sheet, fashion a cone - a funnel - that you pop over the bulb, apex upwards. Leave a 2" hole at the apex and a 1" gap where the rim meets the plywood
(fasten it with tabs, of course), plug
'er in and - presto - you have a heater
perfectly capable of keeping your little cabin
Doesn't solve the condensation
problem, of course. That's best done with plenty of ventilation and an extra sweater. Except in Onta-ri-o, maybe :-)