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Following on from our earlier article on batteries we now look at power management and what you can do to reduce your power usage onboard.

That does not mean you have to have a bare bones boat electrically How do you reduce the stress and keep it simple without compromising lifestyle?

To make life easier while still keeping creature comforts here are some real world tips on how a cruising couple have simplified their systems by following two simple principles: minimise moving parts and reduce power consumption.

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