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hi everyone, I just got one of these boats. Where is the fresh water tank and how do I fill it up? The holding tank is under the starboard settee, so its not there. And there is no deck fill.
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hi everyone, I just got one of these boats. Where is the fresh water tank and how do I fill it up? The holding tank is under the starboard settee, so its not there. And there is no deck fill.
It should be under the starboard settee, aft of the holding tank. The fill is located in the corner of the settee closest to the companionway.
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You should have another under the anchor locker as well
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