It's hard to beat the versatility of a backpack, which is what we use for general cleaning. A shop vac pulls bilge duty. BTW, the "Clean Stream" shop vac filters are worth every penny.
Eventually I plan to mount the suction unit from the back pack in the engine room and plumb it into a simple 2 port central vac with a self stowing hose.
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The toolbox design seems nice in that you have everything stored in one rectangular package. On a smaller boat, I think I would remove the wands and mount because they would get in the way and I doubt I would use them much. Not sure if I would like the collapsing hose -- you might have to fight it due to the suction making it want to get shorter.
Greetings. After painting the ER and re-plumbing the boat with PEX, I decided it was time for operation central vac. The vac started life as a back pack unit. It is mounted on the ER ceiling above the water heater. The port is located mid saloon, under the setee. A 30' stretch hose will reach both extremes of the boat easily. I made a water separator out of a 5 gal bucket to handle bilge/ER duties. As a result I've been able bring home both the shop vac and other backpack that were previously used.
I knew this would be an improvement but didn't anticipate the resulting convenience. If you're considering doing this, it is well worth it!
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