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Television at Anchor?

We know that most people go cruising to get away from television and its associated evils. But one prospective cruiser wrote in asking about the feasibility and cost of getting television reception on his boat while cruising between Mexico and Alaska. He wants television access to follow the stock market.

We don’t have any experience with onboard television away from the dock. If you do, we’d love to hear about your experiences.

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