Originally Posted by markpierce
What is your strategy, as a liveaboard
, when your boat is above ground (on the "dry") for maintenance
? A women we met who lived aboard Elizabeth II
stayed in her daughter's apartment while the ship was drydocked.
Mother is the root of all problem then solutions. In my case, I was up on the slips over 4 days and 3 nights...
I have good solar
gen setup living on board was not a problem except when nature calls. In my case I have a Lavaic head
, that I line it with a disposible bags from aldis these bags are perfumed comes in a roll in a number of colors, the bag covers the bowl over the rim nicely then put the seat down and start reading LOL.
Once done rebag head
no need to get your hands dirty with the brown stuff, pull the bag out at each sitting LOL as your wast goes into the bag and instead of flushing
you bag it and throw it out with the ship yards garbage. As to the pee go into a disposible container.
This solution beats not eating or drinking for a few days or going up and down the ladder and find the slips tolets are locked for the night.