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I eliminated the head sink drain which goes to the shower sump. Next time I haul out I'll do the same with the galley sink drain. I also eliminated the head intake. Use fresh water instead, did this on my last boat also to help keep the odors down. Also plan to replace the depth transducer at next hull out with a depth/speed/temp model (B744VL I think).

Good ideal about the cockpit drains. Will need to think about that.

My boat had been sitting in a shed for 4 or 5 years when I bought it. There were signs that some of the thru hull's had been leaking and the previous owner confirmed that. Decided it was easier to deal with it right away than to mess around with it for a few years and end up replacing them anyway.

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