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.
Hot water can be a comfort in many ways. After a full day of saltwater, wind, sunscreen or fish handling, anyone can feel a little grimy. Pulling up to a restaurant for dinner might be out of the question. Getting in the car to go home is going to leave quite a reminder of the day. Even if you’re going straight to your own dock, a quick rinse is going to make you feel better.
If you’re enjoying your boat right now during the winter in South Florida, marine water heaters are going to give you the quick warm up you need after cold weather and wind. Rarely have we ever seen a dive boat or any other boat after people have been in winter water without the comfort from marine water heaters. Even if you aren’t going in the water, having hot or warm water to wash your hands can be a comfort. A day of holding stinky fish, cold ice or just being exposed to the wind can be harsh. A fresh rinse or hand washing can provide a good end to the day.
Beard Marine has a large supply of marine waters in many different sizes for any size boat. Marine water heaters can even be combined for larger capacity. And remember, marine hot water heaters work by heating to a high temperature and then mixing with fresh water to extend the capacity of hot water supply. Beard Marine supplies to all parts of South Florida including Coral Gables, Delray Beach, Hobe Sound, Lantana, Marathon and Vero Beach. Beard Marine’s large supply of water heaters, refrigeration, and cooling units are also available worldwide.