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Attention CS 30 owners: I need your help.

My wife are I are considering a CS 30, but the particular boat in question did not have the hot water or shower - aparantly a factory option. I have no problem relying on a SunShower threaded through the head hatch, but the head sump is another matter.

Rather than driving 500 miles and crossing the border into Canada for a dead-end I'm hoping someone can give me images or a description of the head pan and nearest access points where I might install a sump hose and pump. Since it was an option I'm assuming there is room and the head is otherwise water tolerant. But often factory options are added before the liners nestle into the hull. It's an easy matter to tie into an existing through-hull with a "T"and add a strainer and small electric pump, but if I can't get below the head pan to do it I'm sunk.

Oooo. Bad choice of words.

Thanks much,
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You should put this type of question out on the CS newsgroup...CSOA : Owners or anyone interested in CS yachts

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Submitted my 200 character reason for "why I ought to be a CSOA member".

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