Water heaters used to be a luxury only found on larger boats with ample space. Nowadays, marine hot water heaters have become advanced in both heating ability and space conservation. We invite you to find a heater that can fit on any boat, including yours.
Think of rinsing off after a cold dive or swim in Deerfield Beach winter waters. Or, getting ready to go out to dinner on any of the dockside restaurants located along the A1A. Any boater should be able to enjoy their boat comfortably and all day. Marine water heaters can help you and your guests feel fresh.
A couple of factors come into play when choosing a hot water heater. First, the amount of hot water desired. Generally, this is dictated by the size, needs and purpose of the boat. Washing dishes, full showers or quick rinses will come into consideration when deciding the needs for a marine hot water heater. These factors will also assist in finding the capacity and efficiency of the unit. Perhaps an energy efficient unit will suffice while other larger boats and yachts will need larger units with higher capacity.
Marine Water Heaters in Deerfield Beach
Marine water heaters are designed for smaller spaces but heating water to high temperatures. This hot water is then mixed with cooler water to deliver a larger capacity of water at an acceptable and safe water temperature. As one can imagine, the heating controls and shutoffs are paramount to safety. Beard Marine carries Isotemp marine water heaters with temperature control safety mixing valves to prevent scalding. And all Isotemp models come with a 5 year limited warranty. Beard Marine has two locations in South Florida to help boaters in Deerfield Beach fulfill their marine hot water needs. Additionally, Beard Marine offers full installation and 24-hour dockside maintenance services with qualified trained technicians. Contact us online to learn more.
Boating in Deerfield Beach
Deerfield Beach is a great place for smaller boats to get onto the water to either explore the intracoastal or go out onto the Atlantic. Two city boat ramps are available, one is even open 24 hours a day. Once on the intracoastal, boaters can go north to Boca Raton or South to Hillsboro Beach for inlets with access to the Atlantic.
If you’re looking for a day at the beach without the boat, you can’t go wrong with the beach along the Deerfield Beach International Fishing Pier. The beach attracts visitors and residents alike and is surrounded by unique restaurants for either a quick bite of local seafood or a fancy night on the town. Beach parking is no longer the headache normally experienced. The nearby Deerfield Beach Parking Garage has 360 spots to ensure there is enough space for everyone to enjoy walks on the beach, fishing on the pier or enjoy the local shops and restaurants.