U.S. Coast Guard: Captain's License # 664545 (First Aid & CPR training)
Sailing Officer/Instructor, Mobjack sailboats, York River, VA - US NAVY
38' Diesel Cruiser, CA 1888 AL, San Francisco Bay/Sacramento Delta
32' Grand Banks Diesel Trawler, Doc # 694742, Chesapeake Bay/NC Coast
27' Albin Diesel Cruiser, AUL27290G586, Wrightsville Beach, NC
36' Cascade Sailboat, Savannah, GA/Florida East Coast
Outboard power boats & small sailboats, South Pacific
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It was almost 6 years that I participated in the discussions about water and fuel level indicators in this forum. Only this winter I had a go on it. In particular I made the following:
a) installed 10-180 ohms sensors in the 2 water tanks
"Sam, wow that's some serious blockage. Like James we too flush with fresh water. And like James haven't had any issues with hose blockage (that we know of) or odor. Actually we find our biggest source of odor in the heads come from the…"
"Thanks for reply. Salt water + urine = calcification along with dead seacritter buildup/blockage equates to blocked pipes!
Even though our B43 has never flushed seawater I maintained original equipment in place but totally disconnected (thru hull…"
"James, we use saltwater when offshore. Otherwise we use a freshwater flush. The design is such that whatever is in the line sits between the top of the holding tank and the joker valve. Over time, stuff builds up. Amazed at what a human can produce!…"