2655Hrs – Drained
I’ve been under the weather for a few days now, an ebbing and flowing migraine, aching kidneys & joints and a complete lack of energy. All in all feeling a bit pants.
Yesterday was a complete waste of a day but I was determined to put in at least a few hours today.
I kept it simple, I put a couple of coats of white primer on the undersides of the saloon table and the water tank pipework box then I got a bit adventurous and drilled a hole through the hull for the sink drain.
I’ve put in a 38mm skin fitting and connected it up to the full sized sink drain and sump. I can’t abide the undersized jobbies you normally get on boats and caravans as they get blocked so easily when used as a kitchen sink.
From a safety point of view the hole is well above the already higher waterline, the back of skin fitting will remain easily seen and immediately accessible and so I don’t intend to fit a seacock.
I’ll PVC glue all the grey pipe fittings together later and I’ll make up an emergency bung for the skin fitting which will be attached right next to it.