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Old 04-18-2019, 07:51 AM
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I looked it up. No dice.
The Discharge Of Waste
All boats, including houseboats and floating cabins, equipped with a marine toilet must have a waste-water holding system to prevent the discharge of waste products into surrounding waters.

A marine toilet is considered to be any equipment for installation onboard a boat which is designed to receive, retain, treat or discharge sewage and any process to treat such sewage. A "porta-pottie" is not considered to be a marine toilet. This figure shows a typical marine sanitation device:

Image of a typical marine sanitation device

It is illegal for a boat to pump out sewage from a waste-water holding system or from a portable toilet or marine sanitation device into surrounding waters, except into an approved pump-out facility or into a sewer system located on dry land.

All boats equipped with a marine toilet must be registered with the Georgia Department of Natural Resources. You will be issued a Marine Toilet Certificate decal which must be affixed to the hull adjacent to the boats registration number. The one-time certification fee is $5.00. No renewal of the certificate is required and it is transferable to any subsequent owner of the boat.
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Old 04-23-2019, 11:47 AM
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Doing a little stuff to the Seafari as I go along. The teak doors survived quite well. I have sanded and in the process of removing the screen and replacing it with new screen. The cabin hatches were plywood and some had rotted from sitting in the water so I have remade with African Mahogany. Baby steps.
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Finally got a chance to spend some time with the Seafari today. Sadly will need a new transom. Looks like if I remove the cap on the rear I will have some room without having to cut into any of the interior rear wall. Will probably add some knee braces to the stringers for strength.
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Finally got a chance to spend some time with the Seafari today. Sadly will need a new transom. Looks like if I remove the cap on the rear I will have some room without having to cut into any of the interior rear wall. Will probably add some knee braces to the stringers for strength.
The Moesly models are easier to get to the transom from the inside than the latter hulls with the rear seating. A lot less cutting and also an easier refit.
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Old 06-23-2019, 02:31 PM
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Fatherís Day gift for the boat. Of course I had to add some decals.
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222 s/nís between yours and mine. Per the literature section, 398 Seafariís were built in total through 1972. Iíd bet itís a 68-69.

Just found another Seafari for sale. Owner says itís a 1970. Serial number is 2042, four before mine. Waiting to see if he has any of the original paperwork with a production date.
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you should buy mine. its a 71 I think. still in decent shape and I do get out with it a few times a year. just can't justify keeping it for the little time I get to use it. if interested just post and I will check back. heres a pic




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