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I haven't thought of this. I'm going to feel like a piece of garbage If I have to dump my porta over the side. It's one thing to go off the rail it's another to dump a whole tank even small.

I know it doesn't really matter though. It's literally a drop it the ocean. For all the times I've gone while surfing what's one little tank.
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The weather is really not motivating me today by the way.
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Re: What's the difference? Help route planning.

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I haven't thought of this. I'm going to feel like a piece of garbage If I have to dump my porta over the side. It's one thing to go off the rail it's another to dump a whole tank even small.

I know it doesn't really matter though. It's literally a drop it the ocean. For all the times I've gone while surfing what's one little tank.
Heres a little info on dumping sewage in bc waters. hope this helps.
Roscoe Bay | Georgia Strait Community Map

Since Lund harbours upgrade there is a designated space for pumpout. it may be a little busy but a better option I think
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