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Water tank capacities on PS 34

From the data that I could find, my total fresh water capacity is about 75 gal. However, I couldn't find anything that indicated how many gallons in the bow tank and how many in the aft tank. Anyone have an idea or know where I might find that information?
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Re: Water tank capacities on PS 34

I always thought mine had 30 gallons in each tank, but I never measured it. Each one seems to last me the same amount of time when I'm out cruising.
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Re: Water tank capacities on PS 34

I measured mine awhile back by adding 1 gallon at a time when I calibrated my Tank Tender monitor. I'm away from the boat for the next week, but I think it was 33 gals aft tank, 36 fwd tank.

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Re: Water tank capacities on PS 34

From the PSC 34 Owners Manual:

Tank Capacities (Approximate) Fuel - Standard 32 gal. 121.12 liters - Shoal 27 gal. 102.20 liters; Fresh Water - Bow 36 gal. 136.26 liters - Stern 39 gal. 147.62 liters; Holding 16 gal. 72.73 liters

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