came with a couple of blowers mounted under the port
coming in my port locker.
was hooked to ductwork to blow fresh air into the aft
cabin, the main cabin , and the forward cabin.
was very easy to hook an Espar heater into this system as
the ductwork was in place. I don’t know if the 54 was
supplied with this option.
If you do not have these ducts, then I agree that hot
water with blowers is the way to go.
think you will find pumping the fuel into the tank a lot
easier than using fuel nozzle. You also do not get air
into the bladder.
the interim If you turn on the stove and open the
companionway a crack it heats up the main cabin nicely.
old timers used to use red clay flower pots over the
burners to act as radiators.
am off to Kimberlite on the 12th and will
return on the 21st
I'm not sure what you mean about a forced air system.
It was cold north of the gulf stream. I had a small propane
heater for the trip. It worked but it was a temporary
That bladder looks like the same one I have. I got it from
Spirit Amel 54 #14