For those who like to spend days on a boat or fishermen who catch big catches on every trip, a traditional ice chest or old cooler might not be enough. Standard or traditional coolers can go with you for keeping drinks and a handful of snacks cold for some hours. However, they can’t handle opening and closing regularly, and won’t cool for a long hot day. If your ice chest is full of lukewarm water then it is time for a more permanent refrigeration solution like a yacht fridge freezer.
This refrigerator is a look-alike of your DC compressor fridge freezer at home. However, it can be scaled down to be confined in a boat. They are comfortable to install and offer the same convenience as any regular fridge freezer while on a marine trip.
This is an electrically powered and self-contained refrigeration system. The easiest method of inserting refrigeration into your boat. Also, it’s an ice chest or cooler with an in-built refrigeration system.
Adding refrigeration parts to your boat’s in-built icebox, thereby it can be converted into a freezer with a compressor installed an evaporator plate.
You get three options for icebox conversions:
A full kit containing:
Resembles a refrigeration system conversion kit. However, it replaces the flimsy evaporator with a more strong cold plate or holding plate. Holding plates are efficient and can reach extremely low temperatures of 0° F (-18°C) or less.
You play with the condenser and evaporator units to make a tailored refrigeration system conversion kit.
When selecting an icebox conversion method, you will need to decide whether to choose a water-cooled or an air system. Holding plate systems, conversion kits, and separate condenser and evaporator units are all available as: