was like his, when I replaced my tank I had another bung added to the bottom of the tank and connected a macerator pump to that, for the specific reason that I didnít want to spend six months in the Bahamas
with a half full tank.
However I think as you leave Lake Worth
or wherever you leave. Stop by a Marina and fuel
up and pump out, then itís only three miles out until you can open the valve and direct discharge.
Ought not be a problem, just so long as your not counting on pumping out in the Bahamaís, cause I donít think you can.
Itís interesting how many people on the morning radio
net were appalled by there not being any pump out boats in Georgetown
and were almost demanding them, and not one ever suggested a water
to even see if there was a need.
But many very closed lagoons full of mooring
balls and wall to wall boats, the water
has to be pretty disgusting. Thatís one reason I avoid those places.
What do you think the water quality is like in the middle of this rather large mooring