Even closed cooled auxiliary engines and gensets use sea water to cool exhaust. Make sure they're protected from freezing with an Xtreme Heater
This 25' Bayfield Sloop is located in the Chesapeake area the only location he had was to mount it upside-down
I am glad to count on the Xtreme Heater to maintain a constant heat in my engine room. This is special.
Some photos for you. We have lived on Westsail 32, at Saugatuck Yacht Services, Saugatuck, Michigan for the past five winters. The Kalamazoo River freezes hard in January and I keep one P500 Ice Eater, on the stern, to keep the ice at bay. My engine room is winterized, but I like to keep it warm as a buffer to the harsh temperatures found at these latitudes. Right now, it is 22 degrees F outside, we sit in a cradle of ice, listening to the crunching sound of 4 inch thick ice rubbing against my fiberglass hull as the winds drive us to port.
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