heater

Published date: June 4, 2012
  • Boat Type: Boat Type

Here in the Yukon the water is quite cold most of the summer. It doesn't get much above 8 C in the larger lakes. That makes the inside of the boat like a refrigerator most of the time. Therefore, for overnight trips, the heat was a must for the Admiral.Installed this direct vent propane heater and it works great. No fumes and no oxygen depletion in the cab. Has really nice low voltage blower too.

Published by: reastmure


Model Year: 2008
Photo Caption: heater installed

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