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Old 25-07-2020, 10:31   #31
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Re: Cruising in hot places- do you need a calorifier?

I find a water heater with engine heating to be very useful cruising. But I motor if I cant make good speed. I seldom didnt have at least warm water the day after motoring. It's very nice to have a fresh warm rinse after snorkeling for 2 hours etc. Simple, cheap and easy.
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