Well it has been a year now this month and I love my Calaloo.
Thank you all for your help when I first got her. I am still Green but know a bit more than the average non- sailing girl I bet:)
I learned how to get her out of the slip and back in and did a bunch of sailing and entertaining this year. She is a money pit but she has created priceless memories and has made me continue to scale down for hopes of sailing away on her one day soon.
The question is when I first got her I would go down in 29 degree Charleston, SC weather and sleep on Calaloo. I would put a blanket and a light over the engine. I treated her like my first born ( for she is). I may have gone over the top then. She stays in her slip year round. IS IT really necessary to keep her warm in the winter time? Or should I just go crank the engine every now and then?:cool: