Feb 21, 2018
Living on your boat in summer — tropical or otherwise — can be hot. Really, really hot. Many boaters cope by staying in marinas and install air conditioning.
But what about those of us who prefer to anchor out? Or don’t have the budget for long stays in a marina and installing air conditioning?
Improving your boat’s ventilation will do a lot to cool it off. And it costs less than one month’s stay in most marinas.
Carolyn Shearlock, who has spent many a summer in the Florida Keys, Bahamas and Sea of Cortez, presents five ways to make hot weather cruising in the tropics possible.
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Music: "Slow Down" by Yvette Craig