I don’t want to deal with this in the future and am looking at all options to avoid it. Here’s a posting from the Trawlers and Trawlering list on this topic:
I don’t know if I’ll try this, because I don’t like anything that constrains the flow.. but, it’s an interesting idea.
Why go thru all the trouble, expense & hassle of Chlorine… Do what we do here in the barnacle capital of the world….Florida… Just As we do here, in the A/C strainers, just drop in a couple of scrap pieces, an inch or 2 long, of copper tubing, into the strainer & forget it.. The ion exchange of the copper into the seawater keeps the crawlee’s from attaching to anything, especially in the A/C cooling where the cooling line is small & can get clogged with barnacles & green goo…. Simple things always work the best……………Ken, Tampa
Yesterday, I posted a picture of our dog Shelby in her “stroller”, which caused a regular reader of my blog (a Nordhavn owner) to send a picture of his dog Gulliver, who co-pilots for him, at sea, and in the air!