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Our club has liveaboards all winter, and even though we are in Maryland the club turns the dock water off every December. Our solution has been to group the liveaboards in close proximety to each other and run a PVC water line from an inside water source along that dock under the water with spigots every 25 ft or so. If you need to fill with water you have to fish up the PVC pipe where there is a spigot hook up your hose...fill up. Simple and never has been a problem

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