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Re: Head conversion options?
The hands down best head setup I've ever used was on a BVI charter boat. The holding tank was built under the hull deck joint behind the head.
The inside face of it was vertical so it made a vertical "wall" on the hull side in the head compartment. I would assume the actual tank was wedge shaped as a result.
The beauty of it was that it was gravity draining - when you were in open (legal) water you just turned the valve - no pumping, no macerator, no nuthin' and it took up pretty useless space as well. Totally easy to rinse with fresh water as well - just open the valve and stick a hose in the deck fitting.
Definitely the way to go if you can fit it in your boat.
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