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11-01-2007 10:54 PM
Originally Posted by RickBowman View Post
Bravo to Pacific Seacraft for making such a thoughtful design on the 2 freshwater tank inspection/access ports. It was quite easy to clean both of these out. The two fuel tanks were drained and cleaned last winter and they also have easy access. I hope that the rest of the Pacific Seacraft models are as straight forward as the 32' Pilothouse is.

Hey...I have a bottle of water that has a thing to put in the mouth to drink and I am not THAT excited...

many boats feature that, my dear friend....
11-01-2007 10:40 PM
Cleaning Fresh Water Tanks


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