Boat refrigerators

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Stainless steel

The CR 40 CUBIC can be used...

Stainless steel

The CR 42 is a normal-size...

Stainless steel

The CR 42 INOX is...

Compressor

Thetford...

Compressor

These Thetford...

Compressor

These Thetford...

Built-in / drawer

Developed with the skill to...

Built-in / drawer

Developed with the skill to...

Built-in / drawer

Developed with the skill to...

Built-in / drawer

Developed with the skill to...

Stainless steel

DIMENSIONS (cm): L350-P465-H620...

Stainless steel

DIMENSIONS (cm): L390-P465-H530...

Stainless steel / drawer

DIMENSIONS (cm): L530-P540-H600...

Built-in / drawer

Drawer front with stainless...

Built-in / custom / AC/DC

Positive latch system Storage for tall bottles Shelves...

Built-in / custom / AC/DC

Positive latch system Storage for tall bottles Shelves...

Built-in / custom / AC/DC

Positive latch system Storage for tall bottles Shelves are...

Built-in / AC/DC / custom

Positive latch system Storage for tall bottles Shelves...

Compressor

With its matt-silver door panel, the WAECO...

Compressor

Equipped with high-tech compressors, the...

Compressor

Equipped with high-tech compressors, the...

Built-in / drawer

Who doesn’t enjoy sliding open a drawer fridge fi...

Portable

Compressor cooler in...

Portable

Compressor cooler in...

Portable

Compressor cooler in...

Portable

The CP15 is the smallest portable cooler....

How to choose this product

boat-refrigerator

A boat refrigerator is an appliance designed to keep food between 2° C and 6. Those offered on NauticExpo, are intended for use aboard leisure craft.

Applications

Such devices are optional amenities that become extremely useful in hot climates. Unsuitable for small craft due to their bulk and energy consumption, they are perfectly suitable for offshore and coastal cruising boats.

Technologies

A refrigerator consists of storage space and a refrigeration system. The former varies in size, and can open from the top or the front. Some feature a freezer compartment.

There are several chilling technologies, the most common use either a compressor and a refrigerant gas such as Freon®, or eutectic plates. The latter is quite energy-efficient. Compressor refrigerators use electrical power (12/24/110/220 V), gas, or multiple power sources.

How to choose

Choice will depend primarily on bulk, followed by the opening mode and whether the unit will be built-in or free-standing. Capacity in liters should be selected as a function of the number of individuals aboard and the length of the cruise.

Design and power requirements should be chosen in light of existing equipment. A traditional or an electric cooler is often best aboard small vessels with limited or no cabin space.

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