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Hi from the UK - new beginner!

Hi everyone, just in the process of buying a boat with my partner. Its a beautiful Maxum 2400 originally from Miami but brought to the UK a few years ago. We want to refit a new marine toilet. Any suggestions please, many thanks. Lady Salsa
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Re: Hi from the UK - new beginner!

Welcome
Was going to caution on power consumption if looking at an electric toilet but seems your looking at a power not sail so no worries.
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Re: Hi from the UK - new beginner!

heyy im new here too
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Re: Hi from the UK - new beginner!

Good luck on your sailing endeavors, Lady Salsa.
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Re: Hi from the UK - new beginner!

If you have the room, you might want to look at composting heads. Just a thought!
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Re: Hi from the UK - new beginner!

Salsa:
I'm an old beginner. Getting older and beginninger every day.
Welcome aboard.
Lavac is the only way to go. Easy to fix.

If you are going to "look into a composting head" I suggest you stand back a few feet.
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Re: Hi from the UK - new beginner!

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Salsa:
I'm an old beginner. Getting older and beginninger every day.
Welcome aboard.
Lavac is the only way to go. Easy to fix.

If you are going to "look into a composting head" I suggest you stand back a few feet.
Yea verily re the Lavac.
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