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Subject: Re: Seamaster 30 - Holding Tank conversion

Oceans Bob (Thank Full!)
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Date Posted: 01:49:14 25/10/2015 Sun
In reply to: Paul Armstrong 's message, "Seamaster 30 - Holding Tank conversion" on 14:45:55 22/07/2015 Wed

Hi Paul,
Best place would be on port side, under aft seat locker of dinette area.
This is opposite heads and lends itself quite well for pipe runs and pump out/venting of tank.
Don't have exact dimensions, but a look at the space will give you a good idea.
This is where I have mine on Seamaster 30 (Troulos Bay) and works well.
>I'm new to boating and have just purchased a Seamaster
>30 Mkii, which only has sea toilets fitted. I need to
>fit a holding tank and was wondering if anyone could
>advise on best location, size of tank, etc etc.
>Any help/advice would be greatly appreciated.

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