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ID From Subject Date
506 Dana Cunniff Re: Re: Anchor locker drain? 6/24/2005 9:52:00

Flush water slowly and a little at a time. The drain
hole to the forward bilge can easily become clogged
with sand, mud, dirt, seaweed, and whatever else can
get in there or fall of the anchor setup.

Do not put too much water in or else it will come out
the access door. No, it is not watertight.


--- skopje179 <<a href="/group/parkerboats/post?postID=xAyuMBJVU6Rws1laENFh6Y9hr3lk-q-DPvIFRzlx6lZVhVGIuse539eHmzFIIyCYVsjz7MzdREKlMM7vKPmR">skopje180@...</a>> wrote:

> --- In <a href="/group/parkerboats/post?postID=xBwmxjLz6N20wEyhueGwf6G74oZC-pA3YDFZtMrrKBlUFrCp8Y4TZ5aNHLs-BhWNKG6gd2l7Gq8SLxLtRUKbnhBm61CD"></a>, "Mike"
> <lat41lon71@y...> wrote:
> > Does the anchor locker have a drain? Specifically
> I have a 2320 pilot
> > house and I am tempted to run the garden hose in
> there to clean
> things
> > off. There is a hatch that is at the head of the
> bunk. I am not sure
> > if it is water tight. I'd hate to end up with a
> bunk full of water. I
> > suspect there must be a drain for this area but
> would like it
> > confirmed by one of you who knows.
> >
> > Cheers
> On my 2510, there is a limber hole (drain) that goes
> from the anchor
> locker, all the way through the forward bilge, under
> the fuel tank, and
> exits in the rear bilge. Every year during
> winterization, I pull the
> anchor rode and coil it into a 5-gal bucket, and
> then flush the anchor
> locker with a garden hose. As long as I have the
> bow high enough so
> that water runs to the back, the water runs the full
> lenght of the boat
> and out the drain in the transom.
> Someone will have to confirm that this is the case
> with the 23 hull
> also.

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