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  1. I need to be able to take a train to work once every 3 weeks for a day. So as long as I can moor near a station once every three weeks, I'm golden on that front. I'm not hugely flexible timing wise though, so I think winter might be a bit more challenging. I'd love to, but unfortunately I don't own any of my equipment. I'd need my managers go ahead before changing any of it out.
  2. Thank you for clarifying. Would that be possible to do on a leisure basis or would it have to be residential?
  3. So as long as I'm willing to run the engine for 4+ hours a day when not hooked up to shore power, it's doable with a desktop? Yay! I'll get myself a wall meter to see what the power sink of my setup is. Any advice on what to look for in the electrical set ups of whatever boat I get to make it as easy as possible?
  4. Could the problem also be theoretically solved by running the engine with the props disengaged for a time while working, if I wasn't near anyone else/ connected to shore power? When do winter moorings go on sale/ do they tend to be very expensive? I saw some in band one were out of my budget a bit. I could try band 4/5 but I do need to be reasonably close to a train station as I don't drive.
  5. Thank you! That's great for the internet, and I can sort myself out from there. Any thoughts about the power draw from the desktop/ monitors?
  6. Hi all, I'm new to boating and am currently getting my ducks in a row before I buy my first one. My biggest hurdle is that I work from home and rely heavily on the use of wifi and my desktop and monitor set up. It's possible that I might be able to get work to replace these with a laptop, but there's no real way to tell. Due to cost concerns (and also the want of a bit of adventure) I'm unlikely to end up with mooring, and will almost definitely be a continuous cruiser. I don't really use any other electronics except for my phone - no toaster, electric kettle, hair st
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