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MandA
Feb-06-2021 @ 7:58 PM                           Permalink
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Would I be right in assuming Brinks Rhapsody has a onboard generator or are they relying on solar panels.
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It has a generator onboard

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I seem to remember an issue with one of Barnes all electric boats, was it not stopped from mooring at the quiet Potter moorings at one point, I think that when the boats system recognised the batteries were running down the gennie kicked in and this was as noisy as the engine.
Bear in mind that electric kettles alone consume vast amounts of battery power, that's without the hob /oven, heating and hot water, if you want heating and a brew early and the gennie kicks in you won't be poular

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Ah, a generator; which will be powered by diesel and nearly as noisy as the boats engine.

The whole point of the post was about quiet heating , not sure this is the answer it first seemed to be

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