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Boat storage #13845644 01/14/21 09:26 AM
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I couldn’t find this in the forum so I apologize if this has been asked before.

We’re looking at moving but all of the homes we’re looking at don’t have a place for the boat (garage isn’t big enough and no place to park it at the house). So, for those who have to store their boats either in an indoor storage or outside, how do you keep your batteries charged? It seems very inconvenient to have to remove all the batteries after each trip and reinstall them before going out again. Thx.

Re: Boat storage [Re: N. Dallas Fisherman] #13845646 01/14/21 10:26 AM
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Mine has electricity stays plugged in almost all the time.It is indoor.


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