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george nagy posted 06-11-2001 06:50 PM ET (US)   Profile for george nagy   Send Email to george nagy  
I was looking at my 1999 and 2000 brochures and have noticed some indescrepencies in the stats. I was looking for how much fresh water capacity the new outrages have, I think a freshwater shower is a very valuable feature especially here in "sea-lice" country. Anyway the 21 seems to have 20 or so gallons where the larger 23 ony 9 gallons. Is this a mystake in the advertising or a much more seroius mystake in the design? Can the 21 really hold that much more water than the 23? In any case I think only 9 gallons in a 23' boat is a little under designed most others on the market have much larger fresh water capacities. Any info or opinions would be great. thanks!
Dick posted 06-11-2001 08:41 PM ET (US)     Profile for Dick  Send Email to Dick     
George
I just checked the 2001 brochure, 9 gallons. I can't believe it. Have to take a pretty short shower.
Ed Stone posted 06-11-2001 10:32 PM ET (US)     Profile for Ed Stone  Send Email to Ed Stone     
Yes nine gallons thats it on the 23.
I've had my boat since sept.and still
have not refilled the tank.I do use the
raw water wash down almost every time we
go boating.
The fresh water tank in the 23 is located
in the bilge area near the stern.I can't
remember where it is located in the 21.
Ed Stone
george nagy posted 06-12-2001 05:34 PM ET (US)     Profile for george nagy  Send Email to george nagy     
I have received several e-mails on this thread and it appears as if the 21' does in fact hold 20 gallons and the 23' only 9 gallons. Weird huh! Well I was wondering if anyone knows if a frashwater system was available on the older outrages, maybe with the super console, or the super leaning post w/ livewell and or sink options?

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