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    Hi

    I just purchased a Bayliner 2355 and have discovered the fridge is actually an ice box.[should have done my home work and not trusted the dealers description]

    It is not a big or expensive job to change as I can do it myself but I would like to know how these boxes work and how long would the ice last in normal conditions[usually around 30c/86f here].

    Thanks Dave

    #2
    What I should have asked because I know how ice works LOL is do you use dry ice in them.

    Dave

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      #3
      Hi Dave, welcome to the BOC! If you're anywhere near Brisbane, watch out for PeterW, he cruises around in a 3988. He'll steal your women and drink all your booze...rod

      I used to have ice boxes in campers and van conversions and camp out here in the desert in 110F.+ temps (40-45C.?) A 25 lb. block of regular ice would last 1-2 days, depending how many times you opened the box. I never used dry ice in those days, too expensive. More recently, 2005 to be exact, we camped on our pontoon boat on Lake Powell, 100F.+ temps, and we used 2 ice chests. In one we used dry ice, more like a freezer, and only opened it once or twice a day. The dry ice lasted 3-4 days. The other ice chest had crushed ice and canned drinks, deli meat, condiments, etc. and we got ice every 1-2 days. If you have the cash to install a 110(240?) with 12 volt, that would be easier, but you can make the ice box work. Just open it sparingly, and put your beer and sodas in a seperate ice chest. Hope this helps...
      Jeff & Tara (And Ginger too)
      Lake Havasu City, AZ
      |
      Current: 2008 Playcraft 2400 MCM 350 Mag B3
      2000 Bayliner 3388 Cummins 4bta 250s (SOLD 2020)
      2000 Bayliner 2858 MCM 7.4 MPI B3 (SOLD 2018)
      2007 Bayliner 305 MCM twin 350 Mag B3s (SOLD 2012)
      2008 Bayliner 289 MCM 350 Mag Sea Core B3 (SOLD 2009)
      And 12 others...
      In memory of Shadow, the best boat dog ever. Rest in peace, girl. 7-2-10

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        #4
        Before you purchase a replacement unit measure your opening to the cabin vs. the size of the replacement fridge. In some cases the fridge was installed before final assembly of the boat and the entrance to the cabin is to small to remove/replace the unit.

        And welcome to BOC. I hope to visit your country someday.
        Phil, Vicky, Ashleigh & Sydney
        1998 3055 Ciera
        (yes, a 1998)
        Previous boat: 1993 3055
        Dream boat: 70' Azimut or Astondoa 72
        Sea Doo XP
        Sea Doo GTI SE
        Life is short. Boats are cool.
        The family that plays together stays together.
        Vice Commodore: Bellevue Yacht Club

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          #5
          Thanks for the tips and welcome.

          I think I will keep the ice box under the sink and use my waeco 110ltr [esky style]for longer trips.

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            #6
            An ice box can work very well, try it a few times before you get rid of it. Rreular block ice is all I would recomend, dry ice can be dangerous.

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              #7
              dramaminedragon wrote:
              An ice box can work very well, try it a few times before you get rid of it. Rreular block ice is all I would recomend, dry ice can be dangerous.
              Ok will do Thanks

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