Re: [Amel Yacht Owners] Re: air conditioning maramu
Eric Lindholm <etlindholm@...>
Thanks to all. I will start with the saloon, and install smaller separate AC's in the V berth and aft cabin. There are some very compact units available, which should do the job in the sleeping quarters.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
Eric, "Maramu" 105
amelliahona <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
The Amel Super Maramu comes standards with three (3) Clima 9EH =
9,000 BTU Air conditioners with Electric Heat. There is one unit in
the forward cabin that cools the forward cabin and forward head
very well. There is one unit in the aft cabin that does an admirable
job of cooling that cabin and head. The unit in the saloon is not
adequate to cool the saloon especially in the tropics. Joel tells me
that he installs a fourth unit in the saloon on all of his boats. The
quarter berth has poor cooling by both the AC from the saloon and
by opening ports. I am in the process of installing a fourth Clima
unit (a 10,000 BTU with EH). Most of it's output will be directed into
the galley to help my poor hard working cook (wife), and if I can
figure a way to duct some air to the quarter berth I will do that.
I am also considering installing another opeing port into the
quarter berth area.
I don't think you need 16,000 BTU in the aft cabin. 16,000 BTU
is about right for the saloon in my opinion. Each unit has only
one vent outlet on the SM. Simple, but a small outlet in the aft
head (which doesn't have a hatch like the forward head), and
two outlets in the forward cabin would give better cool air
distribution. Two outlets are definitely needed in the saloon.
Hope these thoughts help.
Regards, Gary Silver Amel SM 2000 # 395
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