Norm -- My point exactly -- how much it happens depends on a lot of factors. You have two people in a 16' Scamp
, with your style of food prep, and your preferred interior temperature, and it doesn't pose a problem for you.
We had three people and a dog in a 13' front-bath, which has about half the main-cabin space, the ladies in my life are cold-blooded in the morning, and we cook potatoes for breakfast. We had problems with condensation.
Our original Scamp
cushions had velour upholstery with vinyl on the back. We found that in cold weather, if we put our hand between the cushion and the wall, it was often soaked back there, and not just under the windows.
Anyway, the point here is not Scamp-bashing. The point is that high production of humidity in a low-insulation, low volume, low airflow space is a perfect scenario for condensation issues. And, the answer is adequate air exchange.
We now have a 4-wide teardrop (just two of us now), and condensation can be a BIG problem if we don't provide ventilation. We run the MaxxAir fan at night, and that solves it. We also find that it is much warmer to sleep in a cold space with low humidity than to sleep in a damp, clammy space that is warmer.