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Old 02-23-2010
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Umm...that's kind of what they have holding tanks for.
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Originally Posted by EagleSailtwo View Post
Has anyone livaboard here questioned sewage issues? I mean, how do you dispose of your sewage? You cant pump it overboard! So you awake in the middle of the night, and in your pajamas, you need to take a leak! Do you actually get dressed and proceed to the yard provided (heated) bathrooms, 25 yards away, if there is any???

Or...what about No.2 ????? What do you do when it's 15 degrees out and you gotta go???

There are ways to do this legally, but how many liveaboards do it? aNd what is it, and how do you do it, to make it legal?

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