skipperdude wrote:Conrad wrote:
If you have 3-4 folks on board in a popular anchorage, and *you want to keep your spot for more than a day you'll need reasonable holding tank capacity. *We had a small (10 gal.) holding tank that was ludicrous and have just upgraded to 35 gallons which will make life much better. And having the capacity doesn't mean that you always have to use it.
Estimates vary, but I've heard that you typically use 1 gallon per flush, which can add up pretty quickly.*
The other thing to consider (if you haven't already) is direct discharge for use when allowed.*
*I've been out in the woods to long. I can't seem to get my mind around the*idea that most folks have boating down in the lower 48.**It seems where ever you go someone is already there.
When I go out I sometimes don't even see another boat. I don't mean coming or going. Just when I decide where to anchor.
*The quiet serenity that you experience, weather permitting , must be very nice indeed!*
Although I have to say that when in a crowded anchorage I do enjoy checking out the myriad of interesting boats around me.