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Question installing holding tank in Seafarer 30

I am looking to install a holding tank in a McCurdy Rhodes Seafarer 30 and am looking for suggestions. I am considering putting it under the port section of the v berth, and if anyone else has done this where did they get the tank? how large a tank did you install? how did you anchor it in the space etc. etc.
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Re: installing holding tank in Seafarer 30

Did you ever get the information you desired? My 30 Swift Sure had a bastardized setup where he installed the hold tank on top of the shelf in the head. Just sits there with all the plumbing... the guy was supposed to be an engineer who owned it before me, but his degree of fit and finish was abhorable. I will be redesigning it and will be looking for a better method.

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