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rgreg

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  1. There's no tide on a Ribble crossing that a Canaline 38 on a 57ft won't handle although the bigger the tide then the more time available to cross. Cooling, of course, is a consideration.
  2. Indeed, and any reasonable person would not even need 'guidelines' to determine what is considerate behaviour.
  3. I only use film on my 5 'bus' windows, leaving 4 opening portholes, hopper bathroom and sliding galley windows which provide more than enough additional ventilation when required (eg showers, cooking) although are closed most of the time in winter. I've even left the film on over a couple of summers without overheating.
  4. No problem. Copied from post 22! The film attaches to double sided tape around the outer wood frame, enclosing the metal frame inside. This results in zero condensation on both glass and metal frames.
  5. Ha, yes that has happened to me on the odd occasion, so I always keep spare film to replace if necessary.
  6. The film attaches to double sided tape around the outer wood frame, enclosing the metal frame inside. This results in zero condensation on both glass and metal frames.
  7. I have these and they are well worth having; they act as a kind of funnel for the ash over the grate.
  8. As above, the brackets on mine unscrew.
  9. There is a bit of a knack to it, but once you get it on squarely and tightly you can barely notice it. I've used it for several years now and wouldn't be without it. I use this: ( 4m pack covers 4 "bus" windows with some to spare). http://www.google.co.uk/url?q=https://www.amazon.co.uk/tesa-UK-Thermocover-Insulating-Windows/dp/B0038JE7X6&sa=U&ved=2ahUKEwjTlIL63NPlAhVZSxUIHZHVBLsQFjACegQIBxAB&usg=AOvVaw3cPXvA8M0x7ZjdBB2jSFg9
  10. In fairness, I'd rather listen to a running engine than a noisy generator.
  11. If you have "bus" style windows, the film-type double glazing eliminates condensation from the glass and frames completely. In addition to this, good ventilation will help reduce it in other areas of the boat.
  12. This is very similar to those I have been looking at for my future sea-going escapades. What engines?
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