Preview: A Composting Head for the Tahiti Ketch EVELYN; A Guest Post by Astra Haldeman

March 1, 2014

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Tahiti Ketch EVELYN

We have used a composting head aboard our 33 foot Tahiti Ketch for about two and a half years—it was one of the first upgrades we made upon our purchase.  It has served us well, and we find ourselves recommending it often.  We’ve lived aboard EVELYN as long as we’ve had her—for two years year-round in Maine and this winter cruisig south—so the composting head has been our primary head and as such we’ve discovered the benefits and challenges of such a system through a variety of seasons and conditions, as well as at sail, at anchor, on the mooring, at the dock, and on the hard during our annual haul out.

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