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Old 03-22-2006, 10:03 PM
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. . . our cabins for 3 things, sleeping, screwing, and taking a piss. Overnighting @ marinas and boat clubs is really the only place to be, which have shore power. . . .

isnt that the LEOPA motto
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Old 03-23-2006, 02:21 PM
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Nice installation steel outlawed. How long have you had your unit?
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I don't have the boat anymore, but I bought the unit about 3 years ago. I used it for two years before I sold the boat. It worked good for us.
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Here is our canopy cooler
Turbine Marine's 24V electric A/C compressor module and mounting bracket. Module has 14,000 BTU of cooling power.
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I'm not worried about ice comsumption. I can always get more ice. I just want a cool place to enjoy the BJ chair!
all boats should have one!
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