PREPARING TO SAIL TO ALASKA VIA JAPAN – Q&A

Can you have your fridge and heat it?!

We are planning to sail 7500 miles from Thailand to Alaska via Japan, and we have a whole lot of work to do. This week we answered some of your comments about the changes we’re making to SY Esper. We’ve received tons of suggestions, questions and advice! If you have a comment please don’t hesitate to write it here, on Patreon, Facebook or YouTube.

We also let you know the latest on Millie’s brush with rabies, and answer your concerns about letting her off the boat.

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So what is the best way to heat a boat? There are various options, including diesel stoves and diesel hot-air systems among others. Hot-air heaters are efficient and good at the job, but do they use too much power? We’re committed to a Dickinson heater, but should we also install an Espar or Webasto? What would you do?

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Our Airmar triducer has kicked the bucket and a number of people wondered if there might be an alternative, “how about a fish finder instead?” they said?

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