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Easy-to-install Boatmister Misting System drops on deck temperature up to 30 degrees - instantly

Published online: Jun 18, 2008 News
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The Boatmister Misting System helps boaters beat the heat, creating a fine cooling mist that drops on deck temperatures as much as 30 degrees instantly.

The easy-to-install 12-volt system attaches with mounting clips and straps to any bimini top or rail.

A unique booster pump draws only 1 amp, but delivers 150 psi of misting power at the rate of about a (US) gallon of fresh water per hour. The quick-disconnect misting line, T-connectors, and misting nozzles make for quick adjustment or disassembly.

The system is sold ready to use out of the box with a lighter plug and 5-gallon fold-able water container. It can also be installed for permanent use by tapping into onboard fresh water and electrical systems.


The BoatMister Misting System standard kit includes:

 150psi pressurizing pump with Mounting Bracket

 25 ft Black Misting Line (¼" small diameter)

 7 ft red water inlet tubing with screened weighted anchor

 5 Misting Nozzles with T-connector Push to Connect Fittings for easy adjustment

 5 Bimini Mounting Clips to attach nozzle to top

 12v power plug

 Pre/post 10" inline sediment filters


* Also available: onboard water source quick T-connector and 7 gallon water container.

Choose from SMALL - Bimini/Runabout/Fishing Boats ($US 299), MEDIUM - Pontoon/Cruisers ($US 349) or LARGE - Houseboats, Yachts ($US 399).

For more information, (including videos) about the BoatMister Misting System, visit www.boatmisters.com or call 1+530.295.8026.

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