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O/I 41 holding tank

Maybe a silly question......did all O/I 41s come standard with a holding tank?
Any further info on this will be appreciated !

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Ours didn't. We installed a 15 gal. just inboard of the fuel tank, along with an electrosan - which normally delivers overboard except when we are in a Zero Discharge Zone.
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Hi Guys !

Thanks for your reply to my "holding tank" querry.
Saw ur website....great ! Just couldnt see any photos ?? I am a new owner of an O/I 41, based in Larnaca, Cyprus. Am not an experienced sailor and would appreciate any tips oh help with the Morgan O/I 41 Ketch . Mine is a 1977 built !

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My 1976 OI did not come with a holding tank. The po had installed a bladder tank. I removed that and installed a 35 gallon plastic type tank between the engine and the fuel tank. Built a shelf with a three inch lip then straped it down.
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My 1973 Morgan OI was built before the Clean Water Act of the same year and the typical installation of holding tanks that became standard much later. I removed the large water tank under the V-berth where I installed a 25 gallon holding tank and then a smaller holding tank under the starbord side of the aft berth,- a separate holding tank for each head. Take care and joy, Aythya crew
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