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Old 28-09-2015, 21:04   #31
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Re: 4 Bathrooms, or Two?

Speaking of clogs and hoping this is not TOO much of thread drift,
the winner of this youtube video was already our favorite for non clog performance and comfort...


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Then maybe one should be on your Christmas wish list?


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Not really necessary since most of the business is done in a bucket when on watch. Perhaps a plunger, snake, rubber gloves and a new screwdriver to remove the hose clamps on the 1 1/2" exit hose might be on your Xmas list?
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Not really necessary since most of the business is done in a bucket when on watch. Perhaps a plunger, snake, rubber gloves and a new screwdriver to remove the hose clamps on the 1 1/2" exit hose might be on your Xmas list?

Nah, wouldn't work on our composting head:-)


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I'm thinking I would like to convert one head to include a 200 litre chest freezer, and the other just for storage. 4 heads, even for charter is crazy on anything smaller than 44 feet. Even at 44 feet 4 heads would not be needed unless chartering.
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Re: 4 Bathrooms, or Two?

I know I'm a bit primitive but I only have 2 1/2 baths in my 2400 sq ft home. Counting overhangs it's 54 by 54.
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I know I'm a bit primitive but I only have 2 1/2 baths in my 2400 sq ft home. Counting overhangs it's 54 by 54.
So LOA is 54, what's the waterline length?
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So LOA is 54, what's the waterline length?
I think where John lives.....it's waterline height...
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Re: 4 Bathrooms, or Two?

Unless one needs an office or a private sofa: 4 cabins and 2 heads for sure

We had a 4 cabin / 2 head layout and loved it. Decent shower size for colder days or those days in marinas / small harbours without acceptable showers. Unless you like to shower on the transom when folks are strolling around you in small greek harbours.

We now have a smaller cat with only 3 cabin and 1 large head and it's OK. Whenever we have guests it gets a bit tight with 6 on board. Take a number and wait until its your turn.
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