Not literally though sometimes I'm tempted!
On our previous boat we had a couple of dehumidifiers not electric ones, just the tubs. On this boat we had none, until yesterday that is.
I think I've mentioned about the smoke detectors and C02 detectors on the boat, we have way more than is necessary for such a small space.
The same can now be said for the dehumidifiers, Steve bought 10 and they are lined up along the edges of the rooms. One of two would be sufficient but we have 10! They are not attractive and are a trip hazard.
I shall wait until Steve has developed a different obsession and then start reducing the number.
A few days ago Steve commented that he was glad I'd finally mastered the art of cooking without setting the smoke alarm off. The alarm is fitted so close to the cooker that it starts to shriek as soon as I reach to turn a gas ring on.
I nodded and smiled I haven't admitted to removing the batteries from the smoke alarm!
In case anyone think I'm being careless and taking risks, my son is a firefighter. He knows how many detectors we need and where they need to be fitted.