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Old 01-18-2007
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Originally Posted by tdw
While it would be quite simple to plumb the discharge into the head sink outlet we simply have a hose that we drop into the sink itself when we've finished showering. I'd worry a bit about siphoning back into shower stall when on a (in our case port tack). I'd want to install a Y valve.
I set it up this way on my friend's boat, and have done the same on mine. It really isn't an issue, even without the Y-valve, but we're both on a trimarans, so heeling on a port tack isn't much of an issue.
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