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post #32 of Old 01-28-2014
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Re: Islander Freeport 36

Nice pool it should have two drains. Both connected this so a person can not be held to the drain buy serving as a drain stopper. Yes' I might think a drain is fundamental to life. I make a living with pipe. Water gas and air WOG Another drain The propane locker drain on some of the larger boats need to be reworked. propane will not run uphill or drain thru water. Unlike water it can go boom. Boats heel and this changes the angle of the drain. I hope I can keep this in mind when I shop for a bigger boat. I am not sure I would feel safe with the any gas that is not lighter than air. Might have to be all diesel ? Thanks for answers about the cockpit drains on my little boat.

What boat is in the Picture ? It looks nice and solid at the dock. Any pictures of it sailing ? I do not know a lot about boat types. I am learning. I was trying to find it on sailboat Data but keep getting this full keel and one other that I am sure is not it.
Good day, Lou

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