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outside seat as refrigerator

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outside seat as refrigerator

Postby cmonell » March 21st, 2016, 6:10 pm

Hi. We recently bought a Carver 35 and would love to find out if anyone has converted any of the seats in cockpit into a refrigerator or put some insulation to use as cooler? It would be a great use of space!

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Re: outside seat as refrigerator

Postby SplashyLady » March 22nd, 2016, 10:21 am

I saw one recently that had replaced 2 of the flying bridge seats with a swingback cooler and it worked well! :down: The only cooler issue to consider is how to drain it properly. Also, keep in mind Carver does not waste a lot of space on their boats - what seems like an empty place may have pumps, plumbing, battery charger, or something else there... :-O
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