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Old 07-10-2015, 12:24 PM   #5
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City: SEWARD ALASKA
Country: USA
Vessel Name: LISAS WAY
Vessel Model: BAYLINER 4788
Join Date: Feb 2011
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Originally Posted by N4712 View Post
Kevin, Smart man. We our watermaker so much, we've been thinking about putting a second one in for redundancy. You won't be sorry.
I have found that having an ublimited supply of water can be a good thing.

Right now for example I start doing the laundry when I hit the dock and the washing machine runs full time for a day or two after that.

Now I'll be able to wash clothes and most important towels at sea. It may not seem like a big thing, but it's the little things that add up to big comfort.

Also eliminating the salt water wash down will mean a cleaner boat in general. Right now we salt water washdown the decks constantly while fishing, trying to keep the blood and fish slime cleaned up. This will allow us to keep the cockpit cleaner, reducing my workload at the dock, and the stuff getting tracked into the salon.
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