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Installation of head in bow area Outrage 21
|Author||Topic: Installation of head in bow area Outrage 21|
posted 09-05-2004 02:25 PM ET (US)
I have a 1995 Outrage 21 and I am thinking about putting a full-fledged marine head in the bow locker area. With a shelter up and a curtain over the entrance, it might give the ladies a sense of privacy. Also it would avoid the messy porta-potti routine. Anyone out there try this?
|BOB KEMMLER JR||
posted 09-05-2004 08:56 PM ET (US)
tell em to go at the dock,hold it or lay off the cokes.
posted 09-05-2004 09:44 PM ET (US)
My wife takes a squirt right over the side just like I do.
posted 09-05-2004 11:07 PM ET (US)
Not to degrade your idea at all, I think it is original and functionally not bad, but I would not modify my boat in this way. I used to have a 1996 21 Outrage, so I am familiar with your layout. I think you might make the boat difficult to sell because of its new uniqueness, which would be a double loss on your investment.
I would just keep the port-potti stored in the locker until needed.
Or like a friend of mine mentioned, "she'll eventually get in the water if she waits long enough".
Capt. Tully Mars
posted 09-07-2004 07:18 PM ET (US)
For a "full-fledged marine head" installation, you would need at minimum; a marine toilet, separate holding tank, thru-hull for the intake, and gunnel-mounted pump out fitting as well as the necessary hose connections. IMO the bow area would be the least desireable location for a head and the stern the best.
I'd keep the porta-potty.
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