Some boats and yachts need marine water heaters for entertaining, food preparation and daily living. There are a couple of reasons to install marine water heaters on a smaller boat. We’ve heard many times that some people won’t get on a boat if there aren’t any creature comforts. These can include refrigeration, air conditioning and hot water.
Florida is hot. Hot and humid. This makes a dangerous situation. We all know someone that has gotten sick or even collapsed in the Florida heat. Even the healthiest, most “in shape” individual needs to be aware of certain steps to ensure safety when overheated. One is to get the individual out of the heat. But is that always possible on a boat? Yes, it is.
An ice maker makes your boat one step closer to becoming the boat you’ve always wanted with all the extra features usually only found on larger yachts. Did you know that your new ice maker is an easy addition? Beard Marine carries different types of marine ice makers for all purposes from chilling cocktails to filling large ice boxes to hold fish.
This year should remind you (as every other year does) that South Florida doesn’t have a “fall season”. And, if we do, it certainly doesn’t start in September. We can wait up until Thanksgiving until we start to feel some relief. And, you know it’s the same on the water.
Picking out an air conditioner for your yacht will make a big difference in your days on the water but it will also make a difference in your vessel. All air conditioners will require some sort of plumbing and configurations that will go through your boat’s hull. Before making any choice, be sure to have an expert come onto your boat to go over the options with you.
If you have just purchased a boat, you must realize that it is a huge investment. Although it can provide you with immense opportunities for recreation and joy in the coming years, you should be prepared to tackle any adverse conditions like weather. For instance, in the summer, your boat might be excessively hot and thus, to provide temperature control, you need good marine air systems.