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Old 02-12-2014, 01:02 PM   #21
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Even though there is snow outside it's looks like from the second photo it's warm inside. What type of heat are you using thru this cold weather ? We bought a Duraflame quartz type heater with a fireplace display and are very happy with it, that plus Blackberry brandy will always take the chill off. I like your navy blue weather clothes around the boat deck. They look porous and hopefully won't add to the sail area, maybe latter you can update us fellow Manatee owners on there effect when the winds up.
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Old 02-12-2014, 06:57 PM   #22
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Did any of you take a look at that Krogen Silhouette down in Chesapeake City? I've always liked that model too. Just curious it's condition, as it's price is attractive. They're rare for sure, but man are they spacious inside.
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Old 02-12-2014, 08:02 PM   #23
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Did any of you take a look at that Krogen Silhouette down in Chesapeake City? I've always liked that model too. Just curious it's condition, as it's price is attractive. They're rare for sure, but man are they spacious inside.
Ya know, I like that boat too, especially how the master stateroom opens to a very romantic cockpit, but whenever I look at the layout photos, I really don't see much storage. Of course, it's a different boat for a different application, but everything I look at I tend to view its potential as a live-aboard. I need storage too.
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